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Division Votes
23 Apr 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 146 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 144 Noes - 154
23 Apr 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 164 Conservative No votes vs 1 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 168 Noes - 177
23 Apr 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 177 Conservative No votes vs 1 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 203 Noes - 192
23 Apr 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 186 Conservative No votes vs 1 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 82 Noes - 211
22 Apr 2024 - Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 188 Conservative No votes vs 1 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 240 Noes - 211
17 Apr 2024 - Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 189 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 247 Noes - 195
17 Apr 2024 - Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 193 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 245 Noes - 208
16 Apr 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 180 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 176 Noes - 197
16 Apr 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 177 Conservative No votes vs 1 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 185 Noes - 192
16 Apr 2024 - Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 204 Conservative No votes vs 1 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 275 Noes - 218
16 Apr 2024 - Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 208 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 253 Noes - 236
16 Apr 2024 - Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 204 Conservative No votes vs 1 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 266 Noes - 227
16 Apr 2024 - Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 205 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 258 Noes - 233
30 Apr 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 191 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 214 Noes - 208
30 Apr 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 166 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 67 Noes - 175
30 Apr 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 199 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 238 Noes - 217
30 Apr 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 191 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 209 Noes - 209
30 Apr 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 199 Conservative No votes vs 1 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 222 Noes - 222
14 May 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 195 Conservative No votes vs 3 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 228 Noes - 213
14 May 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 197 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 221 Noes - 222
21 May 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 179 Conservative No votes vs 2 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 91 Noes - 192
21 May 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 188 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 203 Noes - 198
21 May 2024 - Victims and Prisoners Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 194 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 211 Noes - 208
23 May 2024 - Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill - View Vote Context
Baroness Sanderson of Welton voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 108 Conservative No votes vs 13 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 76 Noes - 111


Speeches
Baroness Sanderson of Welton speeches from: Victims and Prisoners Bill
Baroness Sanderson of Welton contributed 2 speeches (611 words)
Report stage
Tuesday 30th April 2024 - Lords Chamber
Leader of the House



Baroness Sanderson of Welton mentioned

Select Committee Documents
Monday 29th April 2024
Oral Evidence - Cabinet Office, and Cabinet Office

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee

Found: Q150 Baroness Sanderson of Welton: Thanks for coming today.

Monday 29th April 2024
Oral Evidence - Cabinet Office, and Cabinet Office

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee

Found: Q150 Baroness Sanderson of Welton: Thanks for coming today.

Monday 22nd April 2024
Oral Evidence - Cabinet Office, and Cabinet Office

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee

Found: Sanderson of Welton; Lord Wallace of Tankerness.

Monday 15th April 2024
Oral Evidence - Church of England, and Hillsborough Independent Panel

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee

Found: Baroness Berridge; Baroness Chakrabarti; Baroness D'Souza; Lord Faulks; Lord Grantchester; Lord Hendy; Baroness



Written Answers
Mobile Libraries
Asked by: Lord Freyberg (Crossbench - Excepted Hereditary)
Friday 24th May 2024

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport:

To ask His Majesty's Government what is the (1) total, and (2) regional, cost of providing mobile libraries; how are those figures split between capital and running costs; and what are the comparable figures for each year since 2009.

Answered by Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Culture, Media and Sport)

Arts Council England collects data from local authorities and publishes a basic dataset of information on public libraries in England. The dataset for 2022 shows the number of libraries in England (both statutory and non-statutory) from April 2010 to 31 December 2022, and includes information on the number of mobile vehicles operating. It can be found here.

The Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964 requires all local authorities to provide a comprehensive and efficient library service, and each local authority is responsible for determining how best to meet the needs of its communities, including the appropriateness of mobile library provision. The funding and costs of providing mobile library provision is a matter for individual local authorities; therefore, no such data are held by DCMS.

The Government’s Libraries Improvement Fund is investing £20.5 million in over 90 library services to upgrade their buildings and technology to reflect the changing needs of users. This funding includes supporting the purchase of a new mobile library vehicle in North Yorkshire and also in Warwickshire to deliver the first sensory mobile public library in the UK.

We will be publishing a refreshed Government strategy for public libraries later this year, informed by the independent review of English public libraries conducted by Baroness Sanderson of Welton. The forthcoming strategy will set out our plans to ensure that people across the country can benefit from excellent library services, and HM Government will explore opportunities to increase library use and engagement in line with Baroness Sanderson’s independent review recommendations.

Mobile Libraries
Asked by: Lord Freyberg (Crossbench - Excepted Hereditary)
Friday 24th May 2024

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport:

To ask His Majesty's Government what is the (1) total, and (2) regional, number of mobile libraries currently in operation; and what are the comparable figures for each year since 2009.

Answered by Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Culture, Media and Sport)

Arts Council England collects data from local authorities and publishes a basic dataset of information on public libraries in England. The dataset for 2022 shows the number of libraries in England (both statutory and non-statutory) from April 2010 to 31 December 2022, and includes information on the number of mobile vehicles operating. It can be found here.

The Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964 requires all local authorities to provide a comprehensive and efficient library service, and each local authority is responsible for determining how best to meet the needs of its communities, including the appropriateness of mobile library provision. The funding and costs of providing mobile library provision is a matter for individual local authorities; therefore, no such data are held by DCMS.

The Government’s Libraries Improvement Fund is investing £20.5 million in over 90 library services to upgrade their buildings and technology to reflect the changing needs of users. This funding includes supporting the purchase of a new mobile library vehicle in North Yorkshire and also in Warwickshire to deliver the first sensory mobile public library in the UK.

We will be publishing a refreshed Government strategy for public libraries later this year, informed by the independent review of English public libraries conducted by Baroness Sanderson of Welton. The forthcoming strategy will set out our plans to ensure that people across the country can benefit from excellent library services, and HM Government will explore opportunities to increase library use and engagement in line with Baroness Sanderson’s independent review recommendations.

Mobile Libraries
Asked by: Lord Freyberg (Crossbench - Excepted Hereditary)
Friday 24th May 2024

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport:

To ask His Majesty's Government whether they intend to commission research into the value of mobile libraries to ensure changing usage patterns keep up with the rise of digital resources.

Answered by Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Culture, Media and Sport)

Arts Council England collects data from local authorities and publishes a basic dataset of information on public libraries in England. The dataset for 2022 shows the number of libraries in England (both statutory and non-statutory) from April 2010 to 31 December 2022, and includes information on the number of mobile vehicles operating. It can be found here.

The Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964 requires all local authorities to provide a comprehensive and efficient library service, and each local authority is responsible for determining how best to meet the needs of its communities, including the appropriateness of mobile library provision. The funding and costs of providing mobile library provision is a matter for individual local authorities; therefore, no such data are held by DCMS.

The Government’s Libraries Improvement Fund is investing £20.5 million in over 90 library services to upgrade their buildings and technology to reflect the changing needs of users. This funding includes supporting the purchase of a new mobile library vehicle in North Yorkshire and also in Warwickshire to deliver the first sensory mobile public library in the UK.

We will be publishing a refreshed Government strategy for public libraries later this year, informed by the independent review of English public libraries conducted by Baroness Sanderson of Welton. The forthcoming strategy will set out our plans to ensure that people across the country can benefit from excellent library services, and HM Government will explore opportunities to increase library use and engagement in line with Baroness Sanderson’s independent review recommendations.

Mobile Libraries: Finance
Asked by: Lord Freyberg (Crossbench - Excepted Hereditary)
Friday 24th May 2024

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport:

To ask His Majesty's Government what funding and support is currently given to mobile libraries that service remote or under-served communities.

Answered by Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Culture, Media and Sport)

Arts Council England collects data from local authorities and publishes a basic dataset of information on public libraries in England. The dataset for 2022 shows the number of libraries in England (both statutory and non-statutory) from April 2010 to 31 December 2022, and includes information on the number of mobile vehicles operating. It can be found here.

The Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964 requires all local authorities to provide a comprehensive and efficient library service, and each local authority is responsible for determining how best to meet the needs of its communities, including the appropriateness of mobile library provision. The funding and costs of providing mobile library provision is a matter for individual local authorities; therefore, no such data are held by DCMS.

The Government’s Libraries Improvement Fund is investing £20.5 million in over 90 library services to upgrade their buildings and technology to reflect the changing needs of users. This funding includes supporting the purchase of a new mobile library vehicle in North Yorkshire and also in Warwickshire to deliver the first sensory mobile public library in the UK.

We will be publishing a refreshed Government strategy for public libraries later this year, informed by the independent review of English public libraries conducted by Baroness Sanderson of Welton. The forthcoming strategy will set out our plans to ensure that people across the country can benefit from excellent library services, and HM Government will explore opportunities to increase library use and engagement in line with Baroness Sanderson’s independent review recommendations.

Public Libraries
Asked by: Jim Shannon (Democratic Unionist Party - Strangford)
Tuesday 21st May 2024

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what assessment she has made of the sustainability of library services.

Answered by Julia Lopez - Minister of State (Department for Science, Innovation and Technology)

The Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964 requires all upper-tier local authorities to provide a comprehensive and efficient library service. It is for local authorities to identify the needs of local residents and to fund and provide a library service that meets those needs.

His Majesty’s Government has provided an additional £600 million on top of the £64 billion Local Government Finance Settlement for 2024-25 — an increase of 7.5% in cash terms. This uplift will help to reduce pressure on councils’ budgets, and protect services including public libraries.

We will be publishing a refreshed Government strategy for public libraries later this year, informed by the independent review of English public libraries conducted by Baroness Sanderson of Welton, which was published in January here. The forthcoming strategy will set out our plans to ensure that people across the country can benefit from excellent library services, and HM Government will explore opportunities to increase library use and engagement in line with the recommendations made in Baroness Sanderson’s independent review.

Public Libraries
Asked by: Thangam Debbonaire (Labour - Bristol West)
Tuesday 14th May 2024

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what steps she is taking to help encourage visitors to libraries.

Answered by Julia Lopez - Minister of State (Department for Science, Innovation and Technology)

We will be publishing a refreshed Government strategy for public libraries later this year, informed by the independent review of English public libraries conducted by Baroness Sanderson of Welton which engaged with a wide range of interested parties, including through the series of roundtable meetings she held across the country.

One of the recommendations of Baroness Sanderson’s review was that Libraries Week be moved from October, which often clashes with the party conference season, to a time in the year when MPs and peers can more easily engage with it and promote the work of libraries in their local area. We are delighted that, from this year, Libraries Week will take place at the end of June (this year, 24–30 June).

The forthcoming strategy will set out our plans to ensure that people across the country can benefit from excellent library services, and HM Government will explore opportunities to increase library use and engagement especially by children in line with Baroness Sanderson’s independent review recommendations.

In addition, the £20.5 million, DCMS-funded Libraries Improvement Fund is supporting public library services across England. The fund is supporting 95 projects to enable library services to upgrade their buildings and improve digital infrastructure, increasing their potential to develop more flexible spaces and improving digital access, thereby increasing library access and use.




Baroness Sanderson of Welton - Select Committee Information

Calendar
Monday 22nd April 2024 4 p.m.
Statutory Inquiries Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: Statutory Inquiries
At 4:05pm: Oral evidence
Simon Madden - Director of Propriety and Ethics at Cabinet Office
Luke Williams - Deputy Director of Propriety and Ethics at Cabinet Office
View calendar
Monday 22nd April 2024 4 p.m.
Statutory Inquiries Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: Statutory Inquiries
At 4:05pm: Oral evidence
Simon Madden - Director of Propriety and Ethics at Cabinet Office
View calendar
Monday 29th April 2024 4 p.m.
Statutory Inquiries Committee - Private Meeting
View calendar
Monday 22nd April 2024 4 p.m.
Statutory Inquiries Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: Statutory Inquiries
At 4:05pm: Oral evidence
Simon Madden - Director of Propriety and Ethics at Cabinet Office
Luke Hughes - Deputy Director, Propriety & Ethics at Cabinet Office
View calendar
Monday 29th April 2024 4 p.m.
Statutory Inquiries Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: Statutory Inquiries
At 4:05pm: Oral evidence
Alex Burghart MP - Parliamentary Secretary at Cabinet Office
Luke Hughes - Deputy Director, Propriety & Ethics at Cabinet Office
View calendar
Tuesday 4th June 2024 11:45 a.m.
Procedure and Privileges Committee - Private Meeting
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Select Committee Documents
Monday 15th April 2024
Oral Evidence - Church of England, and Hillsborough Independent Panel

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - INQUEST Charitable Trust
STI0013 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Garden Court North Chambers
STI0014 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - 5 Essex Chambers
STI0015 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - 1 Crown Office Row, Temple, London EC4Y 7HH
STI0008 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Factor 8
STI0004 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - DWF
STI0006 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - University of Cambridge
STI0007 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP
STI0016 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Royal Statistical Society
STI0017 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Centre for Death and Society, University of Bath
STI0018 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Professor Sir Malcolm Evans
STI0024 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Bar Council
STI0023 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - University of Brighton
STI0002 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - University of Leeds
STI0010 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Cambridge University Press and Assessment
STI0005 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - House of Lords
STI0003 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Thompsons Solicitors Scotland
STI0011 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Miss Amelia Smith
STI0009 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Matthew Hill
STI0021 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - CEDR (Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution)
STI0022 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Crest Advisory
STI0020 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Correspondence - 01.03.2024 Letter from Alex Burghart MP to Lord Norton of Louth

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
Written Evidence - Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University
STI0012 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Monday 22nd April 2024
Oral Evidence - Cabinet Office, and Cabinet Office

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Monday 29th April 2024
Oral Evidence - Cabinet Office, and Cabinet Office

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Correspondence - 22.02.24 Response letter from Brian Altman KC to Lord Norton of Louth

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Written Evidence - Sir Brian Leveson
STI0027 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Correspondence - 16.02.24 Letter from Lord Norton of Louth to Brian Altman KC

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Written Evidence - Professor Alexis Jay OBE
STI0026 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Written Evidence - Medical Justice
STI0025 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Correspondence - 26.01.24 Letter from Lord Norton of Louth to The Right Honourable Oliver Dowden CBE MP, Cabinet Office

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Correspondence - 16.02.24 Letter from Lord Norton of Louth to Sir John Saunders

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Correspondence - 16.02.24 Letter from Lord Norton of Louth to Kate Eves

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Correspondence - 21.02.24 Response letter from Sir John Saunders to Lord Norton of Louth

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Correspondence - 23.02.24 Letter from Lord Norton of Louth to John O'Brien CBE

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Correspondence - 01.03.24 Response letter from Kate Eves to Lord Norton of Louth

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Correspondence - 23.02.24 Letter from Lord Norton of Louth to Mark Fisher CBE

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Correspondence - 08.03.24 Response letter from John O'Brien CBE to Lord Norton of Louth

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Correspondence - 24.02.24 Response letter from Mark Fisher CBE to Lord Norton of Louth

Statutory Inquiries Committee
Monday 29th April 2024
Oral Evidence - Cabinet Office, and Cabinet Office

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Australian High Commission
STI0028 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University
STI0029 - Statutory Inquiries

Statutory Inquiries - Statutory Inquiries Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Correspondence - 13.05.24 Response letter from Simon Madden to Lord Norton of Louth

Statutory Inquiries Committee