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A number of residents will give oral evidence to an inspector hearing the case.
However, I would be interested to ask if he would be keen to come in and give oral evidence to back up his earlier submission.
Mr Blair turned down an invitation to give oral evidence to the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee, claiming that his written submission to the MPs had included "all the information at my disposal".
Earlier this week, NFU dairy board vice-chairman Michael Oakes and chief dairy adviser Sian Davies joined the likes of Dairy UK chief executive Dr Judith Bryans and minister of state for farming, food and the marine environment George Eustice to give oral evidence to the committee.
Philip, who has Hepatitis C, said: "During the process, Lord Penrose only allowed six people to give oral evidence but 80 applied to be core participants.
Community Pharmacy Wales, which will give oral evidence to the committee this week, also said the much-vaunted idea of transforming pharmacies into high street health centres has been "slow and piecemeal and, at worst, been non-existent".
TRANSPORT minister Mike Penning has instructed regular coastguards to decline to give oral evidence on proposed cutbacks to the House of Commons Transport Committee .
Riverside MP and House of Commons Transport Committee spokesman Louise Ellman said Mike Penning has instructed regular coastguards to decline to give oral evidence to the committee.
Mr Kernaghan, the retired chief constable of Hampshire Police, will give oral evidence to the Iraq Inquiry at a later date.
While many disputes are resolved either prior to court or through mediation, the independent expert may well be required to give oral evidence in court and be cross examined by barristers.
This has meant that Belgrade has had to sit and listen to countries that support its EU membership give oral evidence in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague endorsing the Kosovo breakaway.