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In the House of Commons
– Commons Justice Committee takes evidence on crime reduction strategy. Witnesses include Nick Hardwick, HM Chief Inspectorate of Prisons and Eoin McLennan-Murray, President, Prison Governor’s Association.- The Financial Conduct Authority’s chairman John Griffith-Jones and chief executive Martin Wheatley give evidence to the Commons Treasury Committee.- Chancellor George Osborne gives evidence to House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee.
– European Committee B. Subject: Unnumbered European Union Documents, the European Court of Auditors Annual Report concerning the financial year 2012 and the European Court of Auditors Annual Report on the activities funded by the Eighth, Ninth and Tenth European Development Funds (EDFs), together with European Union Document No. 12772/13 and Addenda 1 to 5, a Commission Report to the European Parliament and the Council on the protection of the European Union’s financial interests: Fight against fraud 2012 Annual Report
– Home Affairs Select Committee. Subject: Police and Crime Commissioners: progress to date
– Scottish Affairs Select Committee.Subject: The Referendum on Separation for Scotland
In the House of Lords
– Oral Questions incl. West Lothian Question in the light of further taxation powers granted to the National Assembly for Wales and the Scottish referendum
– Welsh Assembly Plenary. Plenary session of the Welsh Assembly. Includes questions to First Minister Carwyn Jones.
– Energy Minister Greg Barker speaks at launch of Conservative 2020 report. Sweating our Assets – Productivity and Efficiency Across the UK Economy, is a report by the 2020 Productivity and Efficiency Group which makes ten “forward-thinking and innovative recommendations aimed at improving the future productivity, efficiency and profitability of the UK economy”.