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All oral 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.

2 June 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Department for Work and Pensions, and Department for Work and Pensions
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
26 May 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Sale Moor Community Partnership, Angela Charlton, London Unemployed Strategies, and Mike Tighe (Member at Southwark 'Know Your Rights' benefits support group)
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
13 May 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Disability Rights UK, and Scope
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
13 May 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Tony Wilson (Institute Director at Institute for Employment Studies), and Timewise
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
28 April 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Paul Gray (former Chair of the Social Security Advisory Committee), and Gareth Morgan (Managing Director at Ferret Information Systems)
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
5 May 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Money and Pensions Service, Citizens Advice, and Sharon Wright (Professor of Social Policy at University of Glasgow)
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
5 May 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Resolution Foundation, and Institute for Government and the King's Fund
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
28 April 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Victoria Mills (Councillor at Southwark Council), and National Housing Federation
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
10 March 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Rt Hon Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP, The Baroness Stroud, and Stephen Brien (Former Expert Advisor at Department for Work and Pensions)
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
25 February 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Tom Waters (Senior Research Economist at Institute for Fiscal Studies), and Katy Jones (Senior Research Associate at Manchester Metropolitan University)
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
3 March 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Marilyn Howard (Honorary Research Associate, Law at University of Bristol, and Member at Women's Budget Group), Laura Dewar (Policy Officer at Gingerbread), and Rita Griffiths (Research Fellow at University of Bath)
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
3 March 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Garry Lemon (Director of Policy, External Affairs and Reserach at Trussell Trust), Iain Porter (Social Security Policy and Partnerships Manager at Joseph Rowntree Foundation), and Matthew Sowemimo (Head of Public Affairs and Social Policy at Salvation Army)
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
25 February 2020
Inquiry The economics of Universal Credit
Witnesses Ruth Cain (Senior Lecturer at University of Kent), John Hills (Professor of Social Policy at London School of Economics), and Giles Elliot (Advice Service Manager at Mind)
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
Total results 13 (page 1 of 1)