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Scottish Affairs Committee - publications

If this committee is re-established following the general election, reports and publications will be available here. 

Committee reports from previous sessions are available:
Reports and publications from previous sessions

Reports

Written evidence

Oral evidence

Uncorrected oral evidence

  • Health and safety in Scotland - uncorrected evidence - 9 November 2011HC 1344-iv | Published 15 November 2011

    Evidence given by Nigel Miller, President, and Scott Walker, Chief Executive, National Farmers Union Scotland, Martin Isles, Director, Health & Safety, Mineral Products Association and Robert Paterson, Health and Safety Director, Oil & Gas UK, gave evidence.

  • The Referendum On Separation For Scotland - uncorrected evidence - 2 November 2011HC 1608-i | Published 08 November 2011

    Evidence given by John McCormick, Electoral Commissioner for Scotland, Electoral Commission, Andy O’Neill, Head of Office, Electoral Commission, and Andrew Scallan, Director of Electoral Administration, Electoral Commission, gave evidence.

  • The Crown Estate in Scotland - uncorrected evidence - 31 October 2011HC 1117-ii | Published 07 November 2011

    Evidence given by Brian Swinbanks, Chair, Tobermory Harbour Association, Robert Clement, Chairman, West Highland Anchorages and Moorings Association, and Captain Ron Bailey, Harbour Master, Clydeport Operations Limited; John Watt, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Cllr Michael Foxley, Highland Council, Cllr Angus Campbell, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Cllr James Foubister, Orkney Islands Council, Cllr Sandy Cluness, Shetland Islands Council, and Cllr Dick Walsh, Argyll and Bute Council, gave evidence.

  • The Family Return Project - uncorrected evidence - 31 October 2011HC 1600-i | Published 07 November 2011

    Evidence given by Phil Taylor, Regional Director, Scotland and Northern Ireland, UK Border Agency, gave evidence

  • Health and safety in Scotland - uncorrected evidence - 26 October 2011HC 1344-iii | Published 01 November 2011

    Evidence given by Phil Scott, Chemical Industries Association, and Garry Clark, Scottish Chambers of Commerce

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