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Treasury Committee

Commons Select Committee

The Treasury Committee is appointed by the House of Commons to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of HM Treasury, HM Revenue & Customs, and associated public bodies, including the Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority. It is chaired by Mel Stride MP. You can follow the Committee on Twitter @CommonsTreasury

These pages only show information for this committee from the start of 2020 onwards. Earlier information can be found on the previous version of the UK Parliament website.

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17 current inquiries

Inquiries allow committees to consider oral and written evidence on a particular topic. They usually result in the publication of a report.

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Latest publications

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letter from the Economic Secretary to the Chair, relating to the session the Committee held on Wednesday 21 April
Inquiry The Financial Conduct Authority’s Regulation of London Capital & Finance plc
Committees Treasury Committee
Correspondence
Eleventh Report - Economic impact of coronavirus: gaps in support and economic analysis
Inquiry Economic impact of coronavirus
Committees Treasury Committee
HC 882
Report
Response to this report
Sixth Special Report: Economic impact of coronavirus: gaps in support and economic analysis: Government Response to the Committee's Eleventh Report
HC 1383
Special Report
Sixth Special Report: Economic impact of coronavirus: gaps in support and economic analysis: Government Response to the Committee's Eleventh Report
Inquiry Economic impact of coronavirus
Committees Treasury Committee
HC 1383
Special Report

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