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European Union - Eighth Report

Here you can browse the report which was ordered by the House of Lords to be printed 16 May 2000.


CONTENTS

REPORT



Appendix 1—Membership of the Sub-Committee

Appendix 2—List of Witnesses



ORAL EVIDENCE
Professors Christopher McCrudden, Sandra Fredman and Mark Freedland, University of Oxford
Written evidence
Professors McCrudden and Fredman
Oral evidence, 16 February 2000

Mr Timothy Kirkhope MEP
Oral evidence, 23 February 2000
Lord Bowness CBE DL, Mr Win Griffiths MP
Oral evidence, 23 February 2000

Mr Andrew Duff MEP
Oral evidence, 1 March 2000

Immigration Law Practitioners Association, JUSTICE, Liberty and Statewatch
Written evidence
Oral evidence, 8 March 2000
Supplementary written evidence from the Immigration Law Practitioners Association

Mr H C Krüger, Deputy Secretary General, Council of Europe
Oral evidence, 22 March 2000

Advocate General Francis Jacobs, European Court of Justice
Oral evidence, 29 March 2000

Mr Keith Vaz MP, Minister for Europe
Oral evidence, 5 April 2000
Lord Goldsmith QC
Oral evidence, 5 April 2000

WRITTEN EVIDENCE
Bar Council International Relations Committee, Bar Human Rights Committee and Bar European Group
Professor A E Boyle, University of Edinburgh
Ms E Bribosia and Me. D Waelbroeck, Free University Brussels (ULB)
British Institute of Human Rights
Confederation of British Industry
European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC)
The Fair Trials Abroad Trust
Professor J Frowein, University of Heidelberg
Professor G Gaja, University of Florence
International Commission of Jurists
The Newspaper Society
Dr Gerard Quinn, National University of Ireland
Professor H G Schermers, University of Leiden
Professor Spiros Simitis, Frankfurt University
Standing Committee of Experts on International Immigration, Refugee and Criminal Law, the Netherlands
Professor A G Toth, University of Strathclyde


NOTE: Pages of the Report and Appendices are numbered in bold type; pages of evidence are numbered in ordinary type. References in the text of the Report are as follows:

    (Q) refers to a question in oral evidence
    (p) refers to a page of the Report or Appendices or to a page of evidence


 
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