Prime Minister appears before Liaison Committee

16 July 2009

Liaison Committee questions the Prime Minister Gordon Brown on a range of issues including banking reforms and regulation, public expenditure, constitutional issues and foreign affairs. Watch from 10am.

This evidence session is the latest in the twice yearly sessions the Committee holds with the Prime Minister on a range of domestic and international issues. The evidence session usually lasts for up to two and a half hours.

Notice of the questions is not given to the Prime Minister, but questioning will be based on the following themes:

  • reform of banking and banking regulation
  • recovery from recession: public expenditure
  • constitutional issues
    • reform of Parliament
    • constitutional structures
  • foreign affairs

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