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Weekly Information Bulletin: 27th January 2001

HOUSE OF LORDS SELECT COMMITTEES:
FORTHCOMING PUBLIC MEETINGS

Enquiries about Lords Committees may be put to the Lords Committee Office 020 - 7219 5791

Tuesday 30 January

EUROPEAN UNION COMMITTEE 10.45 am

Sub-Committee A (Economic and Financial Affairs, Trade and External Relations)

Evidence will be heard on The role of the European Court of Auditors, from Heloise Tierney, Janet Thomas and Geoff Lloyd, EU Finance Team, HM Treasury.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 3.45 pm

Sub-Committee II (Human Genetic Databases)

Evidence will be heard from Dr Kevin Cheeseman, AstraZeneca; Dr Allen Roses, GlaxoSmithKline; and Dr Aidan Power and Dr Jill Samuels, Pfizer.


Wednesday 31 January

EUROPEAN UNION COMMITTEE 10.30 am

Sub-Committee F (Social Affairs, Education and Home Affairs)

Evidence will be heard on Community Immigration Policy, from Graham Watson MEP, Chairman of the European Parliament Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

EUROPEAN UNION COMMITTEE 4.20 pm

Sub-Committee E (Law and Institution)

Evidence will be heard on the Minimum Standards in Asylum Procedures, from Guy Goodwin-Gill, President, Refugee Legal Centre, Professor of International Refugee Law, University of Oxford.


Thursday 1 February

EUROPEAN UNION COMMITTEE 10.45 am

Sub-Committee C (Common Foreign and Security Policy)

Evidence will be heard on the Common Mediterranean Strategy, from (i) Mrs Wafaa Bassim, Assistant Foreign Minister for European Union Affairs; Mr Ayman Alkaffas, First Secretary, and Mr Khaled Abdel Rahman, Second Secretary, Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt, and (ii) His Excellency Senhor José Greg›rio Faria, Ambassador, and Mr Luis Cabaco, First Secretary, Portuguese Embassy.


Tuesday 6 February

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 3.45 pm

Sub-Committee II (Human Genetic Databases)

Evidence will be heard from Professor Ruth Chadwick, Lancaster University; and Professor Hilary Thomas, University of Surrey.

EUROPEAN UNION COMMITTEE 4.15 pm

Select Committee

Evidence will be heard on a European Second Chamber, from Professor the Lord Norton of Louth.


Wednesday 7 February

EUROPEAN UNION COMMITTEE 10.30 am

Sub-Committee F (Social Affairs, Education and Home Affairs)

Evidence will be heard on Community Immigration Policy.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 11.00 am

Sub-Committee I (Short Inquiries and Follow-ups)

Evidence will be heard on the Therapeutic Uses of Cannabis, from Charles Clarke MP, Minister of State, Home Office; Dr Brian Davis, Medicines Control Agency; and Judy Sanderson, Health Services Directorate.


Thursday 8 February

EUROPEAN UNION COMMITTEE 10.45 am

Sub-Committee C (Common Foreign and Security Policy)

Evidence will be heard on the Common Mediterranean Strategy, from (i) His Excellency Monsieur Daniel Bernard CMB CBE, Ambassador, French Embassy, and (ii) His Excellency Signor Luigi Amaduzzi, Ambassador, Italian Embassy.


Tuesday 13 February

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 3.45 pm

Sub-Committee II (Human Genetic Databases)

Evidence will be heard from Professor John Bell, Academy of Medical Sciences.


Wednesday 14 February

EUROPEAN UNION COMMITTEE 10.30 am

Sub-Committee F (Social Affairs, Education and Home Affairs)

Evidence will be heard on Community Immigration Policy.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 3.45 pm

Sub-Committee I (Short Inquiries and Follow-ups)

Evidence will be heard on Antibiotic Resistance.


Wednesday 21 February

EUROPEAN UNION COMMITTEE 10.30 am

Sub-Committee F (Social Affairs, Education and Home Affairs)

Evidence will be heard on Community Immigration Policy, from Adrian Fortescue, Director General, Justice and Home Affairs Directorate General, European Commission.


Wednesday 28 February

EUROPEAN UNION COMMITTEE 10.30 am

Sub-Committee F (Social Affairs, Education and Home Affairs)

Evidence will be heard on Community Immigration Policy, from Barbara Roche MP, Minister of State, Home Office.


Wednesday 7 March

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 11.00 am

Sub-Committee I (Short Inquiries and Follow-ups)

Evidence will be heard on Foresight.


Wednesday 14 March

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 11.00 am

Sub-Committee I (Short Inquiries and Follow-ups)

Evidence will be heard on Foresight.


Tuesday 20 March

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE 11.00 am

Sub-Committee I (Short Inquiries and Follow-ups)

Evidence will be heard on Foresight.

 
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