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All written evidence

A session is a parliamentary year. Sessions normally begin in the Spring with the State Opening of Parliament and run for about 12 months. There are normally five sessions in each Parliament.

The UK and Iran
Witnesses Mr Ahmad Ebrahimi (Co_ president at Angl_Iranian Political Prisoners Association)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
The UK and Iran
Witnesses Rosalind Topping (Programme Director at Link for Freedom Foundation)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
The UK and Iran
Witnesses Mr Kasra Aarabi (Analyst on Iran and Shia Islamist Extremism at Tony Blair Institute for Global Change)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
The UK and Iran
Witnesses Ms Julia Harris (Public Affairs Manager at BBC World Service)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
The UK and Iran
Witnesses Dr Jonathan Spyer
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
The UK and Iran
Witnesses Dr Anicee Van Engeland
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
The UK and Iran
Witnesses Mr Charlie Loudon (International Legal Adviser at Redress)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
The UK and Iran
Witnesses Mr Davis Lewin (Associate Director at Friends of Israel Initiative)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
The UK and Iran
Witnesses Rt. Hon. Stephen Crabb MP (Parliamentary Chairman in the House of Commons at Conservative Friends of Israel)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
The UK and Iran
Witnesses Mr Jay Mens (Director at Middle East and North Africa Forum)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
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