Parliamentary business for Tuesday 21 February 2012

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Subject: How should examinations for 15-19 year olds in England be run?
Witness(es): At 9.30am, John Butterworth, Educational writer and Chief Examiner,Society of Authors; Paul Howarth, UK & International Managing Director, Nelson Thornes; Jacob Pienaar, Managing Director of Schools and Colleges, Pearson UK; Kate Harris, Managing Director, Oxford University Press; At 10.15am, Rod Bristow, President, Pearson UK; Mark Dawe, Chief Executive, OCR; Andrew Hall, Chief Executive Officer, AQA
Location: Committee Room 16, Palace of Westminster
10.15amEnergy and Climate Change
Subject: Bioenergy
Witness(es): David Kennedy, Chief Executive, The Committee on Climate Change, Duncan MacQueen, Principal Researcher, International Institute for Environment and Development, Harry Huyton, Head of Climate Change Policy and Campaigns, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Dr Alena Buyx, Assistant Director, Nuffield Council on Bioethics; Dr David Clarke, Chief Executive, Energy Technologies Institute, Dr Jeremy Tomkinson, Chief Executive Officer, National Centre for Biorenewable Energy, Fuels and Materials, David Knibbs, Chief Executive, Vireol, James Primrose, Global Strategy Manager Biofuels, BP (at 11.15pm)
Location: The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
Subject: Education, training and workforce planning
Witness(es): Dean Royles, Director, NHS Employers, David Worskett, Director, NHS Partners Network, and Sally Taber, Director, Independent Healthcare Advisory Services; Dr Tom Dolphin, Chair, Junior Doctors’ Committee, British Medical Association, Sara Gorton, Senior National Officer, Health Service Group, UNISON, Dr Peter Carter, General Secretary, Royal College of Nursing, and Obi Amadi, Lead Professional Officer, Unite / Community Practitioners’ and Health Visitors’ Association (at 11.45 am)
Location: Committee Room 6, Palace of Westminster
Subject: Post-legislative scrutiny of the Freedom of Information Act 2000
Witness(es): Maurice Frankel, Campaign for FOI, Alexandra Runswick, Deputy Director, Unlock Democracy, Unit, and Alex Skene, Volunteer, WhatDoTheyKnow; Professor Robert Hazell, Director, Jim Amos, Honorary Senior Research Associate, and Ben Worthy, Research Associate, UCL Constitution Unit (at 11.15am)
Location: Committee Room 8
10.30amCulture, Media and Sport
Subject: Library Closures
Witness(es): Alan Davey, Chief Executive, Arts Council England and Anne Mauger, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals; David Pugh, Leader, Isle of Wight Council, Elizabeth Campbell, Councillor, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council, and Nigel Thomas, Service Delivery Manager, Leicestershire County Council (at 11.30am)
Location: Committee Room 15, Palace of Westminster
10.30amForeign Affairs
Subject: FCO Performance and Finances
Witness(es): Lord Williams of Baglan, International Trustee, BBC Trust
Location: Committee Room tbc, Palace of Westminster
11amForeign Affairs
Subject: The role and future of the Commonwealth
Witness(es): Senator Hugh Segal, Canadian Special Envoy for Commonwealth Renewal
Location: Committee Room tbc, Palace of Westminster
11amHome Affairs
Subject: Drugs, Extradition
Witness(es): Paul Tuohy, Mentor, Maryon Stewart, The Angelus Foundation; Wendy Dawson, Chief Executive, Ley Community, Dominic Ruffy, Rehab Grads, Adam Langer; Professor John Strang; Michael Turner
Location: The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
2.15pmBusiness, Innovation and Skills
Subject: Stamp Price Regulation
Witness(es): Stuart McIntosh, Group Director of Competition, Chris Roswell, Competition Policy Director, and Gavin Knott, Postal Services Competition Specialist, Ofcom. At 3.00 pm) Adam Scorer, Director of Policy & External Affairs and Robert Hammond, Director of Postal Policy and Regulation, Consumer Focus
Location: Committee Room 15, Palace of Westminster
2.15pmEnvironmental Audit
Subject: Protecting the Arctic
Witness(es): Professor Tim Lenton, University of Exeter, Professor Peter Wadhams, University of Cambridge, and John Nissen, Chair, Arctic Methane Emergency Working Group
Location: The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
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