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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Voyeurism (Offences) (No. 2) Bill 2017-19

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Voyeurism (Offences) Act 2019.

Committee members and staff

Clerks: Kenneth Fox, Gail Poulton 

Chairs: Ms Karen Buck, Sir Roger Gale 

Members:

Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 3rd sitting | PDF version, 137KB 12.07.2018
Committee Debate: 2nd sitting | PDF version, 99KB 10.07.2018
Committee Debate: 1st sitting | PDF version, 118KB 10.07.2018
Committee Debates: compilation pdf of sittings so far (PDF, 317KB) 10.07.2018

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: Geoffrey Monaghan FRSA, Independent Consultant (VOB02) 12.07.2018
Written Evidence: Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) (VOB04) (PDF, 98KB) 12.07.2018
Written Evidence: Ryan Whelan (VOB05) 12.07.2018
Written Evidence: Victim Support (VOB06) 12.07.2018
Written Evidence: Dame Vera Baird QC, Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria (VOB07) 12.07.2018
Written Evidence: Mayor of London (VOB08) (PDF, 41KB) 12.07.2018
Written Evidence: Annette Zimmermann (Nuffield College & Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford), and Alice Schneider (Christ Church & Law Faculty, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford) (VOB09) 12.07.2018
Written Evidence: Professor Clare McGlynn, Law School, Durham University (VOB01) 11.07.2018

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