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The work of the Treasury

Regular evidence sessions

As part of its ongoing scrutiny of the work of HM Treasury, the Treasury Committee holds regular hearings with the Permanent Secretaries and other senior HMT officials to discuss the key issues facing the Department.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Eleventh report - Fuel Duty: Fiscal forecast fiction
Work The work of the Treasury (Regular evidence sessions)
HC 783
Report
Response to this report
Fifth Special Report - Fuel Duty: Fiscal forecast fiction: Government response to the Committee’s Eleventh Report
HC 1242
Special Report
Fifth Special Report - Fuel Duty: Fiscal forecast fiction: Government response to the Committee’s Eleventh Report
Work The work of the Treasury (Regular evidence sessions)
HC 1242
Special Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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24 January 2024
Work The work of the Treasury (Regular evidence sessions)
Witnesses Beth Russell (Second Permanent Secretary at HM Treasury), Cat Little (Head of the Government Finance Function and Second Permanent Secretary at HM Treasury), Anna Caffyn (Finance Director at HM Treasury), and James Bowler CB (Permanent Secretary at HM Treasury)
Oral Evidence
12 December 2022
Work The work of the Treasury (Regular evidence sessions)
Witnesses James Bowler CB (Permanent Secretary at HM Treasury), Beth Russell (Second Permanent Secretary at HM Treasury), Cat Little (Second Permanent Secretary at HM Treasury), Anna Caffyn (Finance Director at HM Treasury), and Phil Duffy (Director-General, Growth and Productivity at HM Treasury)
Oral Evidence
1 December 2021
Work The work of the Treasury (Regular evidence sessions)
Witnesses Sir Tom Scholar (Permanent Secretary at HM Treasury), Charles Roxburgh (Second Permanent Secretary at HM Treasury), Cat Little (Director General, Public Spending at HM Treasury), and Anna Caffyn (Finance Director at HM Treasury)
Oral Evidence

Written evidence

No written evidence published.

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