In response to the government's in-out referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU the Treasury Select Committee launched a wide-ranging inquiry into the UK’s EU membership - interviewing and analysing evidence put forward by George Osborne, Britain Stronger in Europe, Vote Leave, Governor of the Bank of England amongst others. You can find out more about the inquiry and watch previous sessions here. You can watch some of Helen's contributions to the Inquiry below.
27 April 2016 Treasury Select Committee
You can watch Helen questioning Arron Banks and Richard Tice, Co-founders of Leave.EU on their belief that a £4,300 cost to the average household on leaving EU was 'bargain'.
Helen went on to question them on which social rights they would roll back.
20 April 2016 Treasury Select Committee
“For someone who claims to want to give sovereignty back to the British parliament you don’t seem to have much respect for the sovereignty of this committee,” Labour’s Helen Goodman pointed out.
You can watch Helen's questioning of Dominic Cummings, Campaign Director of Vote Leave campaign in yesterday's Treasury Select Committee.
HM Treasury published this week their analysis of the long-term economic impact of EU membership and the alternatives.
23 March 2016 Treasury Select Committee
Helen questioning Boris Johnson on the Governor of the Bank of England's concern about the uncertainty that would ensue if Britain left the EU.
For more details on the Treasury Select Committee's wide-ranging inquiry into the UK’s EU membership here.