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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Modern Slavery Bill 2014-15

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Committee members and staff

Chairs: Mr David Crausby and Mark Pritchard

Clerks: Kate Emms and Fergus Reid

19 Members:

Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 11th sitting | PDF version, 256KB 14.10.2014
Committee Debate: 10th sitting | PDF version, 163KB 14.10.2014
Committee Debate: 9th sitting | PDF version, 197KB 11.09.2014
Committee Debate: 8th sitting | PDF version, 124KB 11.09.2014
Committee Debate: 7th sitting | PDF version, 262KB 09.09.2014
Committee Debate: 6th sitting | PDF version, 134KB 09.09.2014
Committee Debate: 5th sitting | PDF version, 242KB 04.09.2014
Committee Debate: 4th sitting | PDF version, 91KB 04.09.2014
Committee Debate: 3rd sitting | PDF version, 186KB 02.09.2014
Committee Debate: 2nd sitting | PDF version, 125KB 02.09.2014
Committee Debate: 1st sitting | PDF version, 169KB 21.07.2014

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
Written Evidence: consolidated pdf version (PDF, 2MB) 17.10.2014
Written Evidence: Ethical Trading Initiative MS23 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: Joseph Rowntree Foundation MS25 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: TRAC (Trafficking - Raising Awareness and Campaigning) MS26 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: The Rotarian Action Group Against Child Slavery MS27 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: Dr Virginia Mantouvalou MS28 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: Geoffrey Knipe MS29 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: EEF MS30 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: Hibiscus Initiatives MS31 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: Al-Khoei Foundation MS32 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: Association of Labour Providers MS33 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: Adam Simmonds, Police and Crime Commissioner for Northamptonshire MS34 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: Hope for Justice MS35 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: Dr Julinda Beqiraj MS36 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: The Information Commissioner MS37 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: Doctors of the World MS24 15.10.2014
Written Evidence: Christine Beddoe MS20 17.09.2014
Written Evidence: Homeworkers Worldwide MS21 17.09.2014
Written Evidence: UK Network of Sex Work Projects MS22 17.09.2014
Written Evidence: Kalayaan MS 18 09.09.2014
Written Evidence: PWC MS19 09.09.2014
Written Evidence: CARE MS04 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Dr Andrew Rowland MS05 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: UNICEF UK MS06 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Unseen MS07 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: British Medical Assocation MS08 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Law Society MS09 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Liberty MS10 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Amnesty International UK MS11 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Immigration Law Practitioners' Association MS12 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: ShareAction MS13 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Justice MS14 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Restore MS15 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Justice MS14 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Restore MS15 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Peter L. Talibart MS16 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group MS17 02.09.2014
Written Evidence: Professor Jean Allain MS01 22.07.2014
Written Evidence: Peter Carter QC MS02 22.07.2014
Written Evidence: Nadine Finch MS03 22.07.2014

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