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Phil Woolas MP, Minister of State at the Home Office, gives evidence on provisions in the Stockholm Programme to the House of Lords EU Sub-Committee on Home Affairs, from 11.00 am
The Evidence session, part of a short inquiry by the Committee on the Stockholm Programme’s proposed 5-year programme on Justice and Home Affairs, will see the Committee question Mr Woolas on how the programme will impact on immigration and asylum provisions in the EU and how the programme will effect EU citizens in light of the European Commission’s focus on a 'Europe of Citizens'.
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