Parliamentary business for Tuesday 31 October 2017

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TimeBusiness
10amScience and Technology Committee (Lords)
Subject: Committee Visit
Location: Other
10.30amEU Justice Sub-Committee
Subject: Brexit: citizens' rights
Witness(es): (at 10:45 AM) Dr Kirsty Hughes, Lecturer in Public Law, Fellow and Director of Studies, Clare College, Cambridge University Professor Stijn Smismans, Professor of Law, School of Law and Politics and Director of the Centre for European Law and Governance, Cardiff University, the3million Ms Jane Golding, Chair, British in Europe Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos, College Associate Dean and Senior Lecturer in Law, Brunel University London, Director, Britain in Europe
Location: Room 3, Palace of Westminster
10.30amPolitical Polling and Digital Media Committee
Subject: Political Polling and Digital Media
Witness(es): (at 10:30 AM) Mr Matt Tee, Chief Executive, Independent Press Standards Organisation (at 11:45 AM) Mr Jonathan Levy, Director of Newsgathering and Operations, Sky Professor Michael Thrasher, Co-Director of the Elections Centre and adviser to Sky, Election Centre
Location: Room 2, Palace of Westminster
11amNatural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006 Committee
Subject: Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006
Witness(es): (at 11:05 AM) Mr Chris Corrigan, Director, RSPB England Mr Stephen Trotter, Director, England, The Wildlife Trusts (at 12:05 PM) Dr Jo Judge, Chief Executive, National Biodiversity Network Dr Stephanie Wray, President, Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management
Location: Room 1, Palace of Westminster
2pmEuropean Union Committee
Subject: Scrutiny of Brexit negotiations
Witness(es): (at 2:05 PM) The Rt Hon. Lord Darling of Roulanish, Former Chancellor of the Exchequer (at 4:05 PM) Rt Hon David Davis MP, Secretary of State, Department for Exiting the European Union
Location: Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
2pmEuropean Union Committee
Subject: Scrutiny of Brexit negotiations
Witness(es): (at 2:05 PM) The Rt Hon. Lord Darling of Roulanish, Former Chancellor of the Exchequer (at 4:05 PM) Rt Hon David Davis MP, Secretary of State, Department for Exiting the European Union
Location: Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
3.15pmCommunications Committee
Subject: The advertising industry
Witness(es): (at 4:30 PM) Mr Robert Stone, Group Head of Talent, McCann Worldgroup Mr Rahul Batra, Managing Partner, Hudson McKenzie Mr Alex Lubar, Chief Executive Officer, McCann London
Location: Room 2, Palace of Westminster
3.15pmArtificial Intelligence Committee
Subject: Artificial Intelligence
Witness(es): (at 3:30 PM) Dr Mercedes Bunz, Senior Lecturer, University of Westminster Dr Sandra Wachter, Postdoctoral Researcher, Oxford Internet Institute Ms Elizabeth Denham, UK Information Commissioner, Information Commissioners Office (at 4:30 PM) Ms Frederike Kaltheuner, Policy Officer, Privacy International Mr Olivier Thereaux, Head of Technology, The Open Data Institute Mr Javier Ruiz Diaz, Policy Director, The Open Rights Group
Location: Room 3, Palace of Westminster
3.30pmEconomic Affairs Committee
Subject: The economics of higher, further and technical education
Witness(es): (at 3:35 PM) Dr Simon Marginson, Director of the Centre for Higher Education, University College London Professor Anton Muscatelli, Vice-Chancellor Glasgow University; Chair of the Russell Group, Glasgow University, Russell Group Professor Edward Byrne, President and Principal, King's College London, King's College London
Location: Room 1, Palace of Westminster
4pmLiaison Committee (Lords)
Subject: Private Meeting
Location: Room 2A, Palace of Westminster
Central Lobby

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