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Members of the House of Commons Health Select Committee visited the county, which is one of 14 national pioneers selected by the Government to blaze a trail for change by exploring new ways of integrating care.
It was a Q&A session with the speakers on the general context of the Select Committee system.
The three officers will also be recalled to the House of Commons this week to apologise to the home affairs select committee for giving misleading accounts of a meeting with former Conservative chief whip Andrew Mitchell.
THE much awaited Lokpal Bill has been referred to a select committee of Rajya Sabha MPs amid fears that it may meet the same fate as the contentious women's reservation Bill.
NEWS Corporation last night condemned the select committee report as "unjustified and highly partisan" In a statement this evening, the media mogul's News Corp said: "Hard truths have emerged from the Select Committee Report: that there was serious wrongdoing at the News of the World; that our response to the wrongdoing was too slow and too defensive; and that some of our employees misled the Select Committee in 2009.
Jade Hope will sit on the Youth Select Committee, a body which mirrors the UK Parliament Select Committee structure and gives young people the opportunity to scrutinise and hold inquiries on topics they're interested in.
The Bar's Law Related Education Committee will name a Justice Teaching select committee judge and a Justice Teaching volunteer of the year during the Bar's Annual Convention in June.
The Treasury select committee said governments had become "addicted" to PFI deals that were no more efficient than other forms of borrowing and did not shield taxpayers from risk.