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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.

Witnesses Department for Work and Pensions
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses The Salvation Army
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses Laurie A Williams
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Nadia Gooch
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Diane Scotland
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Ferret Information Systems
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses National Housing Federation
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Southwark Council
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses Ferret Information Systems
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Maternity Action
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Stephen Oxbrow
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Aviva
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Local Government Association
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Vivid Homes
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Marilyn Howard, and Women's Budget Group
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Sharon Higgins
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Stuart Heath
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Department for Work and Pensions
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Wycombe Refugee Partnership
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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Witnesses Nicholas Bromley
Committees Economic Affairs Committee
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