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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Prisons and Courts Bill 2016-17

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Prisons and Courts Bill.

Committee members and staff

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Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Comittee Debate: 5th sitting | PDF version, 179KB 18.04.2017
Committee Debate: Compilation of Sittings so far (PDF, 759KB) 18.04.2017
Committee Debate: 4th Sitting | PDF version, 140KB 29.03.2017
Committee Debate: 3rd Sitting | PDF version, 198KB 29.03.2017
Committee Debate: 2nd Sitting | PDF version, 194KB 28.03.2017
Committee Debate: 1st Sitting | PDF version, 157KB 28.03.2017

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: Magistrates' Association (PCB 13) (PDF, 493KB) 19.04.2017
Written Evidence: DWF (PCB 14) (PDF, 430KB) 19.04.2017
Written Evidence: Professors Erika Rackley, Rosemary Hunter and Kate Malleson (PCB 15) 19.04.2017
Written Evidence: Zurich Insurance (PCB 16) 19.04.2017
Written Evidence: DAC Beachcroft Claims Ltd (PCB 17) (PDF, 152KB) 19.04.2017
Written Evidence: British Medical Association (BMA) (PCB 18) (PDF, 358KB) 19.04.2017
Written Evidence: Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales and Senior President of Tribunals, Courts and Tribunals Judiciary (PCB 19) (PDF, 31KB) 19.04.2017
Written Evidence: Association of British Insurers (ABI) (PCB 20) (PDF, 350KB) 19.04.2017
Written Evidence: Family Justice Council (PCB 21) 19.04.2017
Written Evidence: British Humanist Association (PCB 22) (PDF, 418KB) 19.04.2017
Written Evidence: Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) (PCB 01) 30.03.2017
Written Evidence: Arthur Michael Robinson, Director and Solicitor, Emmersons Solicitors Limited (PCB 02) 30.03.2017
Written Evidence: The Law Society (PCB 03) (PDF, 129KB) 30.03.2017
Written Evidence: Prison Officers Association (POA) (PCB 04) 30.03.2017
Written Evidence: Royal College of Psychiatrists (PCB 05) 30.03.2017
Written Evidence: Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (PCB 06) (PDF, 231KB) 30.03.2017
Written Evidence: Catholic Bishops’ Conference (PCB 07) 30.03.2017
Written Evidence: John Wadham, Chair of the UK National Preventive Mechanism (PCB 08) 30.03.2017
Written Evidence: Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) (PCB 09) 30.03.2017
Written Evidence: Supporting All Falsely Accused with Reference Information (SAFARI) (PCB 10) 30.03.2017
Written Evidence: Prison Reform Trust (PCB 11) (PDF, 249KB) 30.03.2017
Written Evidence: The Howard League for Penal Reform (PCB 12) (PDF, 268KB) 30.03.2017

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