B. SELECT COMMITTEE ATTENDANCE, WORK,
The Committee was nominated on 29 July 1997.
It had 18 Members and held 8 meetings.
|Pike, Mr Peter L. (Chairman)||8
|Brown, Mr Russell||4
|Chaytor, Mr David||4
|Cotter, Mr Brian||4
|Cryer, Mr John||4
|Gorman, Mrs Teresa||1
|King, Mr Andy ||0
|Kumar, Dr Ashok ||5
|Lait, Mrs Jacqui||0
|Love, Mr Andrew||7
|McDonnell, Dr John||4
|Murphy, Mr Denis||2
|Naysmith, Dr Doug||8
|Randall, Mr John ||0
|Ross, Mr William||5
|Steen, Mr Anthony||0
|Stewart, Mr Ian||3
|White, Mr Brian||6
|Overall attendance:|| 45.1%
|Number of Members added:||0
|Number of Members discharged:|| 0
|Turnover of membership during the Session:
Clerk of the Committee: Mrs Susan Craig, Senior Clerk (Band
A2) (from 13.10.99).
Legal Advisers: Mr John Vaux, Counsel to the Speaker (Senior Structure
Band 5); Miss Kemi Alagbala, Assistant Legal Adviser (Band B1).
Committee Assistant: Mr Brian Dye, Chief Office Clerk (Band C).
Secretary: Mrs Alison Ross, Secretary (Band D1)(to 12.6.00); Miss
Fiona Mearns, Secretary (Band D1)(from 12.6.00).
Specialist Advisers during the Session
| Oral evidence was given during the Session by the following categories of witnesses:
| Number of appearances by:
| Cabinet Ministers:
| Other Ministers
| Number of appearances by officials from, or representatives of: Cabinet Office
Reports and Minutes of Evidence
|First Report: Proposal for the Deregulation (Sunday Dancing and Licensing) Order 2000
|First Special Report: Government Response to the Deregulation Committee's First Special Report, Session 1998-1999, on The Future Of The Deregulation Procedure
||Received 27.7.99: published as First Special Report, Session 1999-2000
|Second Special Report: Pre-Legislative Scrutiny of the draft Regulatory Reform Bill
||Published with Third Special Report, Session 1999-2000
|Third Special Report: Further Report on the draft Regulatory Reform Bill
* It is not the practice for the Government to give
a formal reply to Reports on proposals and draft Orders
Oral evidence was taken at one of the Committee's 8 meetings.
On this occasion no evidence was taken in private.
|Inquiry||No. of oral evidence sessions
|Pre-Legislative Scrutiny of the draft Regulatory Reform Bill