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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Trade Bill 2017-19

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

Committee members and staff


  • Kenneth Fox




Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 8th sitting | PDF version, 167KB 01.02.2018
Committee Debate: 7th sitting | PDF version, 154KB 30.01.2018
Committee Debate: 6th sitting | PDF version, 282KB 30.01.2018
Committee Debate: 5th sitting | PDF version, 193KB 30.01.2018
Committee Debates: compilation pdf of sittings so far (PDF, 1MB) 30.01.2018
Committee Debate: 4th sitting | PDF version, 238KB 25.01.2018
Committee Debate: 3rd sitting | PDF version, 149KB 25.01.2018
Committee Debate: 2nd sitting | PDF version, 237KB 23.01.2018
Committee Debate: 1st sitting | PDF version, 199KB 23.01.2018

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: Unlock Democracy (TB28) 01.02.2018
Written Evidence: 38 Degrees (TB29) 01.02.2018
Written Evidence: International Chamber of Commerce United Kingdom (supplementary to oral evidence) (TB30) (PDF, 473KB) 01.02.2018
Written Evidence: Africa APPG, together with the Royal African Society (TB31) 01.02.2018
Written Evidence: TheCityUK (TB32) 01.02.2018
Written Evidence: Trade Justice Dundee (TB33) 01.02.2018
Written Evidence: Tom Reynolds, British Ceramic Confederation (Supplementary to oral evidence) (TB15) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: Dr Angela Polkey (TB16) (PDF, 494KB) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: Amnesty International UK (TB17) (PDF, 780KB) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: James Dippie (TB18) (PDF, 205KB) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: BioIndustry Association (BIA) and the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) (TB19) (PDF, 443KB) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: Scotch Whisky Association (Supplementary to oral evidence) (TB20) (PDF, 279KB) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: British Sugar (TB21) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: Leslie and Patricia Mackay (TB22) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: Tracy Roche (TB23) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: Dr. Holger Hestermeyer (Supplementary to oral evidence) (TB24) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: Which? (supplementary to oral evidence) (TB25) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming (TB26) (PDF, 596KB) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp, CEO, Business for Scotland (supplementary to oral evidence) (TB27) (PDF, 98KB) 31.01.2018
Written Evidence: St Andrews TTIP Action Group (TB11) (PDF, 861KB) 25.01.2018
Written Evidence: Trade Justice Scotland coalition (TB12) (PDF, 756KB) 25.01.2018
Written Evidence: Liberty (TB13) (PDF, 354KB) 25.01.2018
Written Evidence: Professor Alan Winters, Professor of Economics and Director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory, University of Essex (TB14) 25.01.2018
Written Evidence: Peter D Blackburn (TB01) (PDF, 452KB) 24.01.2018
Written Evidence: ABI (TB02) (PDF, 268KB) 24.01.2018
Written Evidence: Dr Kamala Dawar (TB03) (PDF, 346KB) 24.01.2018
Written Evidence: Fairtrade Foundation (TB04) (PDF, 518KB) 24.01.2018
Written Evidence: Trade Justice Movement (TB05) (PDF, 127KB) 24.01.2018
Written Evidence: Global Justice Now (TB06) (PDF, 143KB) 24.01.2018
Written Evidence: RSPCA (TB07) (PDF, 141KB) 24.01.2018
Written Evidence: Nick Ashton-Hart (TB08) (PDF, 98KB) 24.01.2018
Written Evidence: Traidcraft (TB09) (PDF, 587KB) 24.01.2018
Written Evidence: British Retail Consortium (TB10) (PDF, 521KB) 24.01.2018

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