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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Identity Documents Bill 2010-11

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Identity Documents Act 2010.

Committee members and staff

Chairs: Martin Caton, Mr Gary Streeter

18 Members

  • Mr Aidan Burley
  • Lynne Featherstone
  • Damian Green
  • Robert Halfon
  • Gordon Henderson
  • Meg Hillier
  • Julie Hilling
  • Dr Julian Huppert
  • Steve McCabe
  • Catherine McKinnell
  • Shabana Mahmood
  • Nigel Mills
  • Grahame M. Morris
  • Guy Oppenman
  • Bridget Phillipson
  • David Simpson
  • Mr Edward Timpson
  • Jeremy Wright

Clerks: Mr Sandall, Ms Toft, Dr Thatcher


Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee stage - 5th Sitting 06.07.2010
Committee stage - 4th Sitting 01.07.2010
Committee stage - 3rd Sitting 01.07.2010
Committee stage - 2nd sitting 29.06.2010
Committee stage - 1st sitting 29.06.2010

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
Memorandum submitted by Andrew Watson (ID 11) 07.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by Mr. David Williams (ID 12) 07.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by Gareth Hamilton (ID 13) 07.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by Nicholas Hodder (ID 14) 07.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by Liberty (ID 15) 07.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by JUSTICE (ID 01) 01.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by Dr David Barnard-Wills (ID 02) 01.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by Mr. Daniel Paul Fuller (ID 03) 01.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by London School of Economics and Political Science Identity Project (ID 04) 01.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by Gillian Bradley (ID 05) 01.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by Manchester Airports Group Plc (ID 06) 01.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (ID 07) 01.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by David Moss (ID 08) 01.07.2010
Memorandum submitted by The Information Commissioner’s Office (ID 09) 01.07.2010
Memorandum from the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission (ID 10) 01.07.2010

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