A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The Committee for Privileges and Conduct is a select committee of the House of Lords in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The committee considers issues relating to the privileges of the House of Lords and its members, as well as having oversight for its members' conduct. The Committee for Privileges and Conduct is made up of sixteen members of the House, two of which must be former holders of high judicial office. [1]
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October 2011

Appendix 5: Lord Hanningfield's Oral Evidence before the Committee for Privileges and Conduct, 31 October 2011

  • Lord Hanningfield, a Member of the House, examined gave evidence on 31 Oct. [8]

October 2010

The Conduct of Baroness Uddin

The Conduct of Lord Bhatia

The Conduct of Lord Paul

July 2010

The Conduct of Baroness Uddin

  • THE BARONESS UDDIN, a Member of the House, examined accompanied by the Baroness McDonagh gave evidence on 15 Jul. [6]

June 2010

The Conduct of Lord Bhatia

  • THE LORD BHATIA OBE, a Member of the House, examined accompanied by MR MATTHEW BOSWORTH, solicitor gave evidence on 25 Jun. [4]

The Conduct of Lord Paul

  • RT HON. THE LORD PAUL PC, a Member of the House, examined accompanied by MS ELIZABETH ALLAN, Secretary to Lord Paul gave evidence on 17 Jun. [2]