Parliamentary business for Tuesday 22 October 2019

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TimeBusiness
9.15amScience and Technology
Subject: Work of the Science Minister
Witness(es): Chris Skidmore MP, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Paul Drabwell, Deputy Director, Place, Impact and Research, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Harriet Wallace, Director, International Research and Innovation, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Location: Room 6, Palace of Westminster
9.15amBusiness, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Subject: Thomas Cook
Witness(es): Hemione Hudson, Head of Audit, PwC Paul Cragg, Audit Partner, PwC Christabel Cowling, Head of Regulatory and Public Policy, EY Richard Wilson, Audit Partner, EY Martin McTague, Policy Director, FSB Manuel Cortes, General Secretary, TSSA Diana Holland, Assistant General Secretary, Unite Richard Piggin, Head of External Affairs, Which?
Location: The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
9.45amPublic Administration and Constitutional Affairs
Subject: The Role of Parliament in the UK Constitution: Role of the Speaker
Witness(es): Dr Paul Seaward, British Academy/Wolfson Research Professor, History of Parliament Research Lord Lisvane, Clerk of the House (2011-2014) Natascha Engel, former Deputy Speaker Lord Young, former Leader of the House Professor Lord Norton, Professor of Government and Director of the Centre for Legislative Studies University of Hull Dr Ruth Fox, Director and Head of Research, Hansard Society Dr Hannah White, Deputy Director, Institute for Government
Location: Room 8, Palace of Westminster
10amJustice
Subject: The work of the Prison Service
Witness(es): Lucy Frazer QC MP, Minister of State, Ministry of Justice Adrian Scott, Executive Director of Change, Planning and Strategy, HM Prison and Probation Service
Location: Room 16, Palace of Westminster
10.15amCommittee of Privileges
Subject: Select committees and contempts
Witness(es): Sir Malcolm Jack KCB, former Clerk of the House of Commons Ms Eve Samson, Principal Clerk, House of Commons Lord Tyrie, former Chair of the House of Commons Treasury and Liaison Committees and the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards
Location: Room 5, Palace of Westminster
10.30amTreasury
Subject: HM Revenue and Customs Annual Report and Accounts
Witness(es): Jim Harra, Interim Chief Executive, HM Revenue and Customs Penny Ciniewicz, Director General, Customer Compliance, HM Revenue and Customs Ruth Stanier, Director General, Customer Strategy and Tax Design, HM Revenue and Customs
Location: The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
2.30pmHealth and Social Care
Subject: NHS Capital
Witness(es): Foluke Ajayi, Chief Operating Officer, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust Emma Greenwood, Director of Policy and Public Affairs, Cancer Research UK Chris Hopson, Chief Executive, NHS Providers Anita Charlesworth CBE, Director of Research and Economics, Health Foundation Sally Gainsbury, Senior Policy Analyst, Nuffield Trust Sir Robert Naylor, Chair of independent review on the NHS estate Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England and NHS Improvement Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Department of Health and Social Care David Williams, Director General of Finance, Department for Health and Social Care
Location: Room 8, Palace of Westminster
2.45pmForeign Affairs
Subject: Autocracies and UK Foreign Policy
Witness(es): Heather Wheeler MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State Martin Harris, Director, Eastern Europe and Central Asia Kate White, Director, Asia-Pacific Directorate, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Location: Room 6, Palace of Westminster

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