Each ministry has a select committee that is responsible for analysing and discussing key departmental issues. In addition, there are a number of overarching committees, which deal with cross-cutting issues. Select committees are appointed for each Parliament, although the Members of these committees can change during the Parliament.
•Here is the submission I have made with Derek Wyatt MP in May 2007 to the Review of Pension Scheme Assets set up by the DWP.
•Here is the evidence I presented to the Treasury Committee inquiry into the unclaimed assets of banks and building societies.
is the evidence I gave on the 3rd May 2006 to the Work and Pensions Committee on Pensions Reform.
is the evidence I gave on 14th February 2006 to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee on Protecting and preserving our heritage. To see details of what he said during the evidence session please follow this
•On 25 January 2006 I gave evidence before the Treasury Select Committee on the administration on tax credits. To see details of what I said during the evidence session please follow this link.
•During the 2001 - 2005 Parliament I was a member of the Public Account Committee, which is responsible for monitoring how the Government spends public funds. The committee's website
•Here is the report I wrote in November 2004 I submitted a report on the chaotic state of the Child Support Agency to the Work and Pensions Select Committee.