House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Justice and Security Bill [HL] 2012-13
Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Justice and Security Act 2013.
Committee members and staff
Chairs: Mr James Gray; Mr David Crausby
- Heidi Alexander
- Mr Julian Brazier
- James Brokenshire
- Mike Crockart
- Graham Evans
- Mr David Evennett
- Sheila Gilmore
- Meg Hillier
- Dr Julian Huppert
- Diana Johnson
- Dr Julian Lewis
- Paul Murphy
- Robert Neill
- Caroline Nokes
- Ian Paisley
- Bridget Phillipson
- Mr Lee Scott
- Mr Andy Slaughter
- Jeremy Wright.
Reports of Proceedings
Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.
|Committee Debate - 8th sitting | PDF version||07.02.2013|
|Committee Debate - 7th sitting | PDF version||07.02.2013|
|Committee Debate - 6th sitting | PDF version, 190KB||05.02.2013|
|Committee Debate - 5th sitting | PDF version, 176KB||05.02.2013|
|Committee Debate - 4th sitting | PDF version||31.01.2013|
|Committee Debate - 3rd sitting | PDF version, 112KB||31.01.2013|
|Committee Debate - 2nd sitting | PDF version, 171KB||29.01.2013|
|Committee Debate - 1st sitting | PDF version, 156KB||29.01.2013|
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.
|Associated Memoranda - consolidated pdf version (PDF, 1MB)||13.02.2013|
|Associated Memoranda submitted by Dr Lawrence McNamara (J&S 01)||30.01.2013|
|Associated Memoranda submitted by Law Society of England and Wales (J&S 02)||30.01.2013|
|Letter from Sir Robert Rogers, submitted by Diana Johnson MP (J&S 03)||30.01.2013|
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