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The House of Lords Information Committee, which is running an inquiry into how the House of Lords can relate better to the public, takes evidence from 4.15 pm
The Committee is also running an online forum to listen to the views of the public as part of its inquiry and has invited the public to submit their thoughts as video responses on UK Parliament's YouTube channel.
The Committee is hoping to hear new ideas for improving the way the House of Lords communicates with the public.
In the first public evidence session on 18 March 2009 the Committee heard evidence from the Hansard Society, the UK Youth Parliament and Brent Youth Parliament. The Committee also heard evidence from David Bowen, Senior Consultant for Bowen Craggs; Ivo Gormley; Ben Hammersley, Deputy Editor of Wired UK magazine; Tim Hood, CEO of Yoosk and Tom Loosemore, Head of 4IP, Channel 4 on 1 April.
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