Parliamentary business for Tuesday 13 January 2015

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TimeBusiness
10amDigital Skills
Subject: Digital Skills
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 John Constable, Director, Renewable Energy Foundation; Rupert Darwall, author of the REFORM publication, How to run a country: energy policy and the return of the state; and Dr Robert Gross, Reader in Energy Policy and Technology, Imperial College London and (at approximately at 11.40am) from Rachel Fletcher, Senior Partner for Markets, Ofgem; and Maxine Frerk, Senior Partner for Smarter Grids & Governance: Distribution, Ofgem.
Location: Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
10.30amEconomic and Financial Affairs (EU Sub-Committee A)
Subject: Private meeting
Location: Committee Room 2, Palace of Westminster
2pmEuropean Union
Subject: Private meeting
Location: Committee Room 4, Palace of Westminster
3.15pmCommunications
Subject: Press Regulation
Witness(es): (at 3.30pm) evidence will be heard from Dr David Wolfe QC, Chairman and Carolyn Regan, Board Member, The Press Recognition Panel and (at approximately 4.30pm) from Walter Merricks CBE, Chairman and Jonathan Heawood, Director, IMPRESS.
Location: Committee Room 2, Palace of Westminster
3.30pmEconomic Affairs
Subject: Economic Case for HS2
Witness(es): (at 3.35pm) evidence will be heard from Sir David Higgins, Executive Chairman, HS2 and (at approximately 5pm) from Jim O'Neill, Chair, Cities Growth Commission.
Location: Committee Room 1, Palace of Westminster
Central Lobby

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