Parliamentary business for Tuesday 18 November 2014

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10amDigital Skills
Subject: Digital Skills
Witness(es): (at 11.15am) evidence will be heard from Nick Boles MP, Minister of State for Skills and Equalities and Ed Vaizey MP, Minister of State for Culture and Digital Industries.
Location: Committee Room 2, Palace of Westminster
10.30amScience and Technology
Subject: The resilience of electricity infrastructure
Witness(es): (at 10.40am) evidence will be heard from Dr Nina Skorupska, CEO, Renewable Energy Association; Professor Richard Green, Professor of Sustainable Energy Business, Imperial College London; and Professor Gordon Hughes, Professor of Economics, University of Edinburgh and (at approximately 11.40am) from Professor Jon Gibbins, Professor of Power Plant Engineering and Carbon Capture, University of Edinburgh; Dr Keith MacLean, Honorary Fellow of Energy Policy, University of Exeter; and Professor William Nuttall, Professor of Energy, Open University.
Location: Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
10.30amArctic
Subject: Arctic
Witness(es): (at 11.40am) evidence will be heard from His Excellency Claus Grube, Danish Ambassador to the United Kingdom
Location: Committee Room 1, Palace of Westminster
1.50pmArctic
Subject: Arctic
Witness(es): Evidence will be heard via videoconference from Terry Audla, President of Iniut Tapiriit Kanatami.
Location: Committee Room 1, Palace of Westminster
3.15pmCommunications
Subject:
Witness(es): Evidence will be heard at 4.30 pm from Mr Ed Richards, outgoing Chief Executive of Ofcom
Location: Committee Room 3, Palace of Westminster
3.30pmEconomic Affairs
Subject: Economic Case for HS2
Witness(es): (at 3.35pm) evidence will be heard from Emile Quinet, expert on French high-speed trains, via video-conference and at approximately 4.30pm from Dr Ian Kelly, Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce; Ross Smith, Director of Policy, North East Chamber of Commerce; Joe Anderson, Mayor of Liverpool; and Steven Leigh, Mid-Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce.
Location: Committee Room 2, Palace of Westminster

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