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Committee of Privileges

Commons Select Committee

The Committee of Privileges is appointed to consider specific matters relating to privileges referred to it by the House. The scope of any inquiry comprises all matters relevant to the matter referred.

The Committee currently has three matters referred to it:

- Select Committees and Contempts

Frequently asked questions about this inquiry

More background on the purpose of the inquiry can be found by contacting privileges@parliament.uk

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Sixth Report - Matter referred on 29 November 2022: conduct of John Nicolson MP
Inquiry Matter referred on 29 November 2022: conduct of John Nicolson MP
HC 940
Report
First Special Report - Matter referred on 21 April 2022: Co-ordinated campaign of interference in the work of the Privileges Committee
Inquiry Matter referred on 21 April 2022: conduct of Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP
HC 1652
Special Report
Fifth Report - Matter referred on 21 April 2022 (conduct of Rt Hon Boris Johnson): Final Report
Inquiry Matter referred on 21 April 2022: conduct of Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP
HC 564
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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12 September 2023
Inquiry Matter referred on 29 November 2022: conduct of John Nicolson MP
Witnesses John Nicolson MP
Oral Evidence
22 March 2023
Inquiry Matter referred on 21 April 2022: conduct of Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP
Witnesses Boris Johnson (Member at House of Commons)
Oral Evidence
30 November 2021
Inquiry Select Committees and Contempts
Witnesses Rt Hon Jacob Rees-Mogg MP (Lord President of the Council and Leader at House of Commons)
Oral Evidence
Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP (BJS0004)
Inquiry Matter referred on 21 April 2022: conduct of Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP
Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP (BJS0003)
Inquiry Matter referred on 21 April 2022: conduct of Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP
Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP (BJS0002)
Inquiry Matter referred on 21 April 2022: conduct of Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP

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