Parliamentary business for Monday 16 March 2015

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TimeBusiness
2pmHigh Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill
Subject: High Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill
Witness(es): Ramac Holdings (Trading) Ltd, Ramac Holdings Ltd, Ambrosetti Ltd Mr and Mrs Trevor Ellis Harefield Tenants and Residents Association Frank and Margaret Donnan Maria and Chris Holmes Karen and James Balcombe Karen Newbold and Colin Tobin Jean Timms Carol and Kaytie Blackett Stephen Horswood David and Fay Twydell and Jacqueline and Derek Howarth Grahame Buxton Josephine and Ronald Hurst Dr Dallas John Burston Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts Susan Gillian Munn
Location: Room 5, Palace of Westminster
3.15pmPublic Accounts
Subject: Aspire recall
Witness(es): Lin Homer, Permanent Secretary, HMRC Mark Dearnley, Chief Digital and Information Officer, HMRC Bill Crothers, Government Chief Commercial Officer
Location: Room 15, Palace of Westminster
3.45pmPublic Accounts
Subject: Control over funding for alternative higher education bodies: follow-up
Witness(es): Martin Donnelly, Permanent Secretary, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Mick Laverty, Chief Executive, Student Loans Company Madeleine Atkins, Chief Executive, Higher Education Funding Council for England Rod Bristow, President, UK and Core Markets, Pearson
Location: Room 15, Palace of Westminster
7pmHigh Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill
Subject: High Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill
Witness(es): As for afternoon session, unless already heard.
Location: Room 5, Palace of Westminster

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