On 9 September, the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee will hold one of its regular oral evidence sessions with the Deputy Prime Minister.  Subjects likely to be covered include  the Government’s programme of political and constitutional reform, the coalition Government and collective responsibility, the recall of MPs, devolution and the referendum in Scotland, Parliament’s role in conflict decisions, local government, and fixed-term Parliaments.  

The meeting on 9 September will also include the 12th session of the Committee’s inquiry into voter engagement.  The Committee will take evidence from the new Minister for the Constitution, Sam Gyimah, on the Government’s work on improving voter engagement.

Date and time: Tuesday 9 September 2014  

Location:  to be confirmed


Voter engagement in the UK

At 11.30 am:

  • Sam Gyimah MP, Minister for the Constitution, Cabinet Office


The work of the Deputy Prime Minister 2014

At 12.30 pm:

  • Rt Hon. Nick Clegg MP, Deputy Prime Minister
  • Rt Hon. Greg Clark MP, Minister for Universities, Science and Cities
  • Sam Gyimah MP, Minister for the Constitution, Cabinet Office


For more information visit the Committee's website