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SELECT COMMITTEE HEARINGS TO 25 JANUARY

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A diary of relevant future select committee meetings, to 25 January. ...
A diary of relevant future select committee meetings, to 25 January.

Tuesday 18 January

Future of the trade unions: Employment Committee hears evidence from Wandsworth LBC Leader Edward Lister.

Growth and employment in the EC: Lords committee.

Wednesday 19 January

Racial attacks and harassment: Home Affairs Committee. Civil aviation: Transport Committee. Report of the NHS Commissioner: Parliamentary Ombudsman Committee. National Curriculum: Education Committee. HM Inspector of Schools report: Education Committee. Forestry in Wales: Welsh Affairs Committee. Recycling: Environment Committee.

Wednesday 19 January

Public Accounts Committee will publish its report on MAFF management of works services.

Thursday 20 January

The drugs budget: Health Committee. Competitiveness of UK manufacturing industry: Trade and Industry Committee. English Heritage: National Heritage Committee. Civil aviation: Transport Committee.

Monday 24 January

Development Board or Rural Wales: Public Accounts Committee.

Tuesday 25 January Future of the Trade Unions: Employment Committee hears from CBI Director General Howard Davies and Dennis White, chief executive of Zurich Insurance.

Director general of gas supply: Trade and Industry Committee.

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