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Date Business
22 November 2011
10:30 am
Subject: Social Care
Witness(es): Frances Patterson QC, Commissioner for Public Law, Richard Percival, Head of the Public Law Team, and Tim Spencer-Lane, Lawyer, Public Law Team, Law Commission; James Lloyd, Director, Strategic Society Centre, Chris Horlick, Managing Director of Care, Partnership Assurance, Nick Starling, Director of General Insurance and Health, Association of British Insurers, and Andrea Rozario, Director General, SHIP Equity Release (at 11.45 a.m.)
Location: Room 5, Palace of Westminster

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