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Culture, Media and Sport Committee
Oral evidence ongoing.
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee agreed in July to hold an inquiry into the future of FIFA, to follow up the previous Committee’s work on the allocation of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups and the revelations of corruption within FIFA that followed this.
The Committee hears from bodies who have been campaigning for changes in governance and accountability to remove corruption from sport.
Evidence given by Greg Dyke, Chairman, Football AssociationPeter Franklin, Group Director for Worldwide Sport, Coca-Cola, Julian Hilton-Johnson, Vice-President, Corporate Relations, McDonalds, Emma Reynolds, Corporate Affairs Director, Anheuser-Busch Inbev. UK and Ireland, Ellen Richey, Vice Chairman, Risk and Public Policy, Visa
Evidence given by David Green QC, Director, Serious Fraud Office; Lord Goldsmith QC, member of FIFA's independent governance committee via video link (at 11.00am).
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Culture, Media and Sport Committee explores the future of FIFA with Greg Dyke