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Order of flag referendum questions won't change

The Select Committee considering the process for the referendum on the flag has rejected most requests for changes to the process, and have declined changing the order of the referendum questions. 330 more words


Ethics hits the headlines again: should we be worried?

The big story of last week was the disciplinary sanction ordered to an EY IP for breaches of the Ethics Code.  But I think this is just one more straw on the camel’s back.   1,565 more words

Insolvency Service

Select committee to consider euthanasia

It was announced yesterday that the Health Select Committee will carry out an inquiry into voluntary euthanasia. Stuff reports:

Voluntary euthanasia to be examined by Parliamentary inquiry…

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HS2 Select Committee Visit to Buckinghamshire

Members of the High Speed 2 Bill Select Committee visited parts of Buckinghamshire on Thursday 11th June including National Trust properties along the route to see for themselves the potential effects of HS2 on communities and the landscape. 839 more words

National Trust

Education Select Committee Meeting

On the 11th March the Education Committee took evidence from Sam Gyimah MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Childcare and Education, in a follow-up session to the Committee’s inquiry into Sure Start children’s centres. 866 more words


Select Committee Inquiry into Sure Start

LFoSS broadly endorses the recommendations of the House of Commons Education Select Committee Inquiry into Sure Start Children’s Centres.

We completely agree that there needs to be a sharper vision for Sure Start allied to a much clearer outcome framework. 124 more words


Undertakings and Assurances - How Protected are Petitioners?

Many petitions have now been heard by the Select Committee but, as we have long been saying, the idea is to settle the petition without having to appear in front of the Committee if possible.  615 more words