Evidence session on lobbying reforms

02 July 2009

The Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) holds a follow-up session six months after the publication of its report on lobbying. The Committee hears from representatives of the lobbying industry, campaigners for lobbying transparency and the Government, from 10am.

The Committee will ask witnesses what progress has been made on lobbying reform in the wake of the report's recommendations. Subjects that may come up include the industry's consultation on the setting up of a single self-regulatory body and the Government's likely response to the Committee's report - a response that was due in March but has yet to be produced.

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