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Be heard in high places

House of Commons committees can examine any area of a government department’s activities.

Giving evidence to MPs on a House of Commons select committee is not usually part of Karla Wilson-Palmer’s job, but the opportunity was one she relished.

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‘As a nurse working on the front line, it was good to tell politicians about what I do and what it means to service users and the police,’ she says.


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