Liaison Committee


On 16 December 2014, select committee chairs heard evidence from Prime Minister David Cameron on two policy areas - climate change and radicalisation.

Mr Cameron gave evidence on carbon budgets, new energy sources such as fracking, and local employment.

The committee also questioned the prime minister on terrorism prevention and investigation measures, extremism in schools and radicalisation in prisons.

The House of Commons Liaison Committee brings together all select committee chairs to take evidence from the prime minister three times a year on public policy.

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