Liaison Committee to question Prime Minister

02 February 2010

MPs on the Liaison Committee hold their fifth evidence session with the Prime Minister, Rt Hon Gordon Brown, continuing the regular twice yearly sessions the Committee holds with the PM on a range of domestic and international issues. Watch live from 2pm.

The session usually lasts for up to two and a half hours. Notice of the questions is not given to the Prime Minister, but questioning is based on a limited number of themes.

The questions to the Prime Minster will fall under the broad themes of:

  • Dealing with the Deficit
  • Invigorating Democracy
  • Counter-terrorism Policy
  • Foreign Affairs
  • On being Prime Minister

The session will be held in the Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House and will be open to members of the press with Houses of Parliament passes and other full passholders.

The uncorrected transcript of this hearing will be placed available on as soon as possible following the evidence session.

The Committee is appointed to consider general matters relating to the work of select committees; to advise the House of Commons Commission on select committees; to choose select committee reports for debate in the House; and to hear evidence from the Prime Minister on matters of public policy.

Image: Parliamentary copyright

More news on: Parliament, government and politics, Parliament, Commons news, Parliamentary business, Committee news, Central government

Share this page