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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Education and Adoption Bill 2015-16

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Education and Adoption Act 2016.

Committee members and staff

Chairs: Mr Christopher Chope and Sir Alan Meale

Clerk: Fergus Reid, Glenn McKee

20 Members:

 

Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 10th sitting | PDF version, 158KB 14.07.2015
Committee Debate: 9th sitting | PDF version, 148KB 14.07.2015
Committee Debate: 8th sitting | PDF version, 186KB 09.07.2015
Committee Debate: 7th sitting | PDF version, 108KB 09.07.2015
Committee Debate: 6th sitting | PDF version, 194KB 07.07.2015
Committee Debate: 5th sitting | PDF version, 130KB 07.07.2015
Committee Debate: 4th sitting | PDF version, 159KB 02.07.2015
Committee Debate: 3rd sitting | PDF version, 103KB 02.07.2015
Committee Debate: 2nd sitting | PDF version, 199KB 30.06.2015
Committee Debate: 1st sitting | PDF version, 158KB 30.06.2015

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: Consolidated Evidence (PDF, 1020KB) 16.07.2015
Written Evidence: Independent Adoption Panel Chairs EAB30 15.07.2015
Written Evidence: Richard Harris EAB31 15.07.2015
Written Evidence: Parents Want a Say EAB32 (PDF) 15.07.2015
Written Evidence: Coram EAB33 15.07.2015
Written Evidence: Local Schools Network EAB34 (PDF) 15.07.2015
Written Evidence: Stockport Education Partnership Board EAB35 15.07.2015
Written Evidence: UNISON EAB22 14.07.2015
Written Evidence: NASUWT EAB23 14.07.2015
Written Evidence: Local Government Association 14.07.2015
Written Evidence: Peterborough Diocese Board of Education EAB25 14.07.2015
Written Evidence: National Governors' Association EAB26 14.07.2015
Written Evidence: St Helens Council EAB27 14.07.2015
Written Evidence: National Union of Teachers EAB28 14.07.2015
Written Evidence: David McNaught EAB29 14.07.2015
Written Evidence: Southwark Diocesan Board of Education EAB18 09.07.2015
Written Evidence: Professor Stephen Gorard EAB19 09.07.2015
Written Evidence: Kent Schools Hope EAB20 09.07.2015
Written Evidence: Group of Church of England diocesan boards of education EAB21 09.07.2015
Written Evidence: PTA UK EAB09 07.07.2015
Written Evidence: Janet Downs EAB10 07.07.2015
Written Evidence: Christopher Curtis EAB11 07.07.2015
Written Evidence: National Secular Society EAB12 07.07.2015
Written Evidence: London Diocesan Board for Schools EAB13 07.07.2015
Written Evidence: Association of Teachers and Lecturers EAB14 07.07.2015
Written Evidence :Bill Griffiths EAB15 07.07.2015
Written Evidence: Pete Bentley EAB16 07.07.2015
Written Evidence: Adoption UK EAB17 07.07.2015
Written Evidence: Catholic Education Service EAB05 02.07.2015
Written Evidence: Bishop of Ely, Chair of the National Society Council and Lead Bishop on Education in the House of Lords. EAB06 02.07.2015
Written Evidence: Professor Becky Francis EAB07 02.07.2015
Written Evidence: British Humanist Association EAB08 02.07.2015
Written Evidence: Dr Rebecca Allen, Director, Education Datalab EAB 01 30.06.2015
Written Evidence: Link Maker Systems EAB 02 30.06.2015
Written Evidence: NSPCC EAB 03 30.06.2015
Written Evidence: Acorn Care and Education EAB 04 30.06.2015

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