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NEXT WEEK'S SELECT COMMITTEE BUSINESS, 24-28 JANUARY

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Monday 24 January ...
Monday 24 January

Development Board for Rural Wales: Public Accounts Committee hears evidence from development board officials

Tuesday 25 January

Future of the trade unions: Employment Committee hears from CBI Director General Howard Davies and Dennis White, Zurich Insurance Chief Executive

European Legislation Committee: hears evidence from the Foreign Office on subsidiarity

Reform of the civil service: Treasury Committee

Growth and employment in the EC: Lords Committee

Wednesday 26 January

Scottish new town development corporations: Scottish Affairs Committee begins a short inquiry into the wind up of the corporations. Evidence from Scottish councils with new towns

Review of expenditure on social security: Social Security Committee

Treasury Committee: looks at format of financial estimates

British Coal: Trade and Industry Committee

Primary and secondary schools: Education Committee hears from the National Commission on Education

Recycling: Environment Committee meets in Milton Keynes and hears evidence from the Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee

Civil Aviation: Transport Committee

Racial attacks and harassment: Home Affairs Committee

Forestry in Wales: Welsh Committee

Thursday 27 January

English Heritage: National Heritage Committee hears evidence from the Royal Town Planning Institute; the London Boroughs Association; and the Association of District Councils

Common transport policy: Lords committee.

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