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The evening of 18 January 2011, Mr Speaker, John Bercow, made an address to the Institute for Government, an independent think-tank which works to increase government effectiveness
The title of the Speaker's speech was: What does scrutiny mean in 2011?
An audio recording of the speech is available (mp3) on the Institute for Government website.
A selection of photos from the event can be found on the IfG Flickr page.
A text version of the speech is available here ( PDF 132 KB)
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