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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill 2012-13

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013.

Committee members and staff

Chairs: Hugh Bayley and Mr Graham Brady

25 Members

  • Mr David Anderson 
  • Andrew Bingham
  • Andrew Bridgen
  • Lorely Burt
  • Neil Carmichael
  • John Cryer
  • Simon Danczuk
  • Geraint Davies
  • Fiona O'Donnell
  • Graham Evans
  • Joseph Johnson
  • Norman Lamb
  • Anne Marie Morris
  • David Mowat
  • Ian Murray
  • Eric Ollerenshaw
  • Chi Onwurah 
  • Mr Mark Prisk
  • Chris Ruane
  • David Simpson
  • Julian Smith
  • Mr Iain Wright
  • Jeremy Wright

Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate - 17th sitting | PDF version, 192KB 17.07.2012
Committee Debate - 16th sitting | PDF version, 165KB 17.07.2012
Committee Debate - 15th sitting | PDF version, 211KB 12.07.2012
Committee Debate - 14th sitting | PDF version 12.07.2012
Committee Debate - 13th sitting | PDF version, 122KB 10.07.2012
Committee Debate - 12th sitting | PDF version, 159KB 10.07.2012
Committee Debate - 11th sitting | PDF version, 201KB 05.07.2012
Committee Debate - 10th sitting | PDF version, 105KB 05.07.2012
Committee Debate - 9th sitting | PDF version, 173KB 03.07.2012
Committee Debate - 8th sitting | PDF version, 177KB 03.07.2012
Committee Debate - 7th sitting | PDF version, 182KB 28.06.2012
Committee Debate - 6th sitting | PDF version 28.06.2012
Committee Debate - 5th sitting | PDF version, 211KB 26.06.2012
Committee Debate - 4th sitting | PDF version, 180KB 26.06.2012
Committee Debate - 3rd sitting | PDF version, 288KB 21.06.2012
Committee Debate - 2nd sitting | PDF version, 160KB 19.06.2012
Committee Debate - 1st sitting | PDF version, 188KB 19.06.2012

Written evidence

Written submissions from outside bodies and individuals are circulated to MPs appointed to examine the Bill during committee stage in a Public Bill Committee. The following written submissions were sent to this committee.

Written evidence Date
Associated Memoranda - consolidated pdf version (PDF, 575KB) 20.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) ERR 39 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Society of London Theatre (“SOLT”) and the Theatrical Management Association (“TMA”) ERR 40 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) ERR 41 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Creators’ Rights Alliance ERR 42 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Professor Catherine Waddams, University of East Anglia ERR 43 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Law Society of Scotland ERR 44 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Employment Lawyers Association ERR 45 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the British Association of Picture Libraries and Agencies (BAPLA) ERR 46 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea ERR 47 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the UNISON ERR 48 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Historic Houses Association ERR 49 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Squire Sanders (UK) LLP ERR 50 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) ERR 51 18.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Edwardes Square Scarsdale and Abingdon Association (ESSA) ERR 34 13.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Joint Working Party of the Bars and Law Societies of the United Kingdom on Competition Law ERR 35 13.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Country Land & Business Association ERR 36 13.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the British Association of Picture Libraries and Agencies (BALPA) ERR 37 13.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the British Library ERR 38 13.07.2012
Associated memorandum from The City of London Law Society’s Competition Law Committee ERR 31 10.07.2012
Associated memorandum from UK Music ERR 32 10.07.2012
Associated memorandum from the Publishers Content Forum ERR 33 10.07.2012
Associated memorandum from English Heritage ERR27 05.07.2012
Associated memorandum from Verina Glaessner ERR28 05.07.2012
Associated memorandum from Bluesuntree Ltd ERR29 05.07.2012
Associated memorandum from Unite ERR30 05.07.2012
Associated memorandum from The Heritage Alliance ERR24 04.07.2012
Associated memorandum from The Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society Limited (ALCS) ERR25 04.07.2012
Associated memorandum from Institute of Directors’ (IoD) ERR26 04.07.2012
Associated memorandum from Citizens Advice Bureaux (CAB) ERR15 29.06.2012
Associated memorandum from EEF ERR16 29.06.2012
Associated memorandum from Hambleton District Council, North Yorkshire ERR17 29.06.2012
Associated memorandum from Association of Business Recovery Professionals (R3) with annexes A and B ERR18 29.06.2012
Associated memorandum from British Institute of Organ Studies (BIOS) ERR19 29.06.2012
Associated memorandum from Public Concern at Work (PCAW) - Supplementary evidence ERR20 (PDF, 269KB) 29.06.2012
Associated memorandum from EEF - Supplementary evidence ERR21 29.06.2012
Associated memorandum from Alliance against IP Theft ERR22 29.06.2012
Associated memorandum from British Retail Consortium ERR23 29.06.2012
Associated memorandum from Chartered Institute of Environmental Health ERR09 26.06.2012
Associated memorandum from UCATT ERR10 26.06.2012
Associated memorandum from Manifest Information Services Ltd and MM&K Ltd ERR11 26.06.2012
Associated memorandum from ShareSoc ERR12 26.06.2012
Associated memorandum from Million+ ERR13 26.06.2012
Associated memorandum from David Bleiman ERR14 26.06.2012
Associated memorandum from Mr R Richards ERR05 22.06.2012
Memorandum in Chief from Law Society ERR06 22.06.2012
Associated memorandum from Aldersgate Group ERR07 22.06.2012
Associated memorandum from TUC ERR08 22.06.2012
Memorandum in Chief from CBI ERR01 20.06.2012
Associated memorandum from Stop43 ERR02 20.06.2012
Memorandum in Chief from Public Concern at Work (PCAW) ERR03 20.06.2012
Associated memorandum from TransformUK and ClientEarth ERR04 20.06.2012

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