Lord Kinnock, the former leader of the Labour Party, will face a House of
Lord’s committee next week over the the management and audit of the European
The Lords European Union Committee has been investigating the management of
the accounts. Its sub-committee on Economic Affairs, meanwhile, is looking at
ways in which the European auditing system can be improved.
The Lords committees will be asking Kinnock – a European Commissioner at the
time of the 1999 reforms of Europe’s financial controls in the Prodi commission
– for his insights into why the European Court of Auditors has not issued
positive statement on the European Communities accounts for the past 11 years.
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