Sessional Returns Session 1997-98 - Contents


36A. Treasury Sub-Committee

   

The Sub-committee was nominated on 14 May 1998.

It had 12 Members and held 7 meetings.



MembersMeetings attended

Lloyd, Sir Peter (Chairman)5
Blackman, Mrs Liz4
Bruce, Mr Malcolm (discharged, 31.7.98)0
Cable, Dr Vincent (added, 31.7.98)1
Clarke, Mr Charles (discharged, 9.11.98)2
Cousins, Mr Jim3
Davies, Mr Quentin (discharged, 15.6.98)0
Gibb, Mr Nick (added, 15.6.98)4
Kelly, Ms Ruth (discharged, 9.11.98)0
Kidney, Mr David (added, 2.3.98)5
Moonie, Dr Lewis (added, 9.11.98)0
Radice, Mr Giles1
Sedgemore, Mr Brian0
Smith, Jacqui (added, 9.11.98)1
Spicer, Sir Michael1
Taylor, Sir Teddy2

Overall attendance:   34.5 %

Number of Members added:  4

Number of Members discharged:  4

Turnover of membership during the Session:   33 %

Staff

Sub-committee Clerk: Ms J A Long

Other Committee staff: Mr J R Lepper, Specialist Assistant (Grade 8); Ms J Fox, Senior Executive Officer (Grade 8); and Miss M Owens, Secretary (Grade 12).

Specialist Advisers during the Session

None

Witnesses

Oral evidence was given during the Session by the following categories of witnesses:

Number of appearances by officials from, or representatives of:-

HM Treasury:    3

Office for National Statistics*:  3

Appearances by other witnesses:  8

*The ONS is both a Department and an Executive Agency

Overseas Visits

None

Visits to European Institutions in Brussels and Strasbourg

None

UK Visits

Date

Destination

Members

Staff

Purpose

Cost

9.7.98

Office for National Statistics, London

4

3

Briefings

£33.44

Reports and Minutes of Evidence  

None

Divisions

None

Debates

None

Evidence

Oral evidence was taken at 3 of the Sub-committee's 7 meetings. On none of these occasions was evidence taken partly or wholly in private. The Sub-committee received 33 memoranda, of which 4 came from Government departments (2 of these came from a Government department which is also an agency). The Sub-committee published 3 memoranda.



  Inquiry

No. of oral evidence sessions

No. of memoranda received

No. of memoranda received from Government departments/

executive agencies/

associated public bodies

No. of memoranda published

No. of memoranda made available in the Record Office for public use and placed in the Library

Office for National Statistics

3

  33

4 of which/2/0

3

0


 
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