Tag Archives: Liaison Committee

Who is accountable for such a poor answer on School protection?


The Parliamentary Liaison Committee met on Wednesday for the first time for twelve months and it involved two consistent people throughout the 90 minute session with a small group of others who made short contributions throughout. The Chairperson and the … Continue reading

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Simon Hoare made a great contribution on Wednesday


Simon Hoare is the Conservative MP for North Dorset where he has been MP since 2015. He is also the Chair of the Northern Ireland Affairs Select Committee. On Wednesday he took part in the Liaison Committee scrutiny session with … Continue reading

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Is this the end of a very short but very positive era for Parliament?


We are at the start of a significant week for Parliament for a range of factors, most of which have been set up as a consequence of COVID-19. Clearly last week was a rather radical change for a very large … Continue reading

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A lack of liaison


The questioning of the Prime Minister by the Liaison Committee is in many senses the closest Parliament gets to a proper level of scrutiny of the leader of our Government. He is not elected by any voters apart from those … Continue reading

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