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P&O Ferries

Non-inquiry session

On 17 March, P&O Ferries made 800 seafarers redundant. This session will explore with academics, government agencies, unions, P&O Ferries management and BEIS and DfT ministers the potential legality of that decision and how the Government might respond. This is a joint evidence session conducted by the Transport Committee and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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24 March 2022
Work P&O Ferries (Non-inquiry session)
Witnesses Department for Transport, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Department for Transport, and Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Committees Transport Committee, and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
Oral Evidence
24 March 2022
Work P&O Ferries (Non-inquiry session)
Witnesses P and O Ferries, and DP World
Committees Transport Committee, and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
Oral Evidence
24 March 2022
Work P&O Ferries (Non-inquiry session)
Witnesses Maritime and Coastguard Agency, The Insolvency Service, and UK Maritime Services
Committees Transport Committee, and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
Oral Evidence
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Witnesses Professor Jason Chuah (Professor at City University)
Committees Transport Committee, and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
Written Evidence
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Witnesses Professor Alan Bogg (Professor of Labour Law at University of Bristol)
Committees Transport Committee, and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
Written Evidence

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  • Email: beiscom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 020 7219 8586 (General) / 020 7219 0258 (Media)
  • Address: Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Please note: The Transport Committee examines policy issues relating to the Department for Transport and its associated bodies. It is unable to investigate, or adjudicate on, individual cases.

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