The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee is holding an inquiry looking at the future of devolution in the United Kingdom, in the light of the referendum result. Among the questions the Committee will be considering are how devolution should be taken forward in Scotland, and whether England, Wales and Northern Ireland should be offered the level of devolution that has been discussed in relation to Scotland.
Deadline for written submissions is Thursday 23 October 2014
06 Nov 2014 - The future of devolution after the referendum - oral evidence
HC 700 | Published 11 Nov 2014
Evidence given by Alex Runswick, Director, Unlock Democracy, Katie Ghose, Chief Executive, Electoral Reform Society, Stephen Brooks, Director, Electoral Reform Society Cymru; Councillor David Sparks, OBE, Chair, Local Government Association, Mark Rogers, Chief Executive, Birmingham City Councillor, David Finch, Leader, Essex County Council (at 11:00).
23 Oct 2014 - The future of devolution after the referendum - oral evidence
HC 700 | Published 27 Oct 2014
Evidence given by Professor Jim Gallagher CB, Nuffield College, Oxford
16 Oct 2014 - The future of devolution after the referendum - oral evidence
HC 700 | Published 21 Oct 2014
Evidence given by Lewis Macdonald MSP, Chief Whip, Scottish Labour Party; Professor Michael Keating, Director, and Professor Nicola McEwen, Associate Director, Scottish Centre on Constitutional Change