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The House of Lords Constitution Committee is conducting an inquiry into inter-governmental relations in the United Kingdom.
Inquiry status: Call for evidence published.
Written submissions to the inquiry should be submitted online:
The inquiry follows the recent report of the Smith Commission on further devolution to Scotland and the plans for further devolution to Wales and Northern Ireland. The Committee will consider how current inter-governmental relations can be improved, as well as focusing on how Parliament can best scrutinise these arrangements. While the inquiry's focus will be on Scotland, the Committee will also welcome evidence on the UK Government's relations with the Welsh Government and Northern Ireland Executive.
Lords Constitution Committee to hear from Scottish government, committee chairs and officials
Lords Constitution Committee to look at the Welsh experience of devolution
Lords Constitution Committee to hear from academic witnesses
The Committee launches an inquiry into relations between governments within the UK
Evidence given by Dr Philip Rycroft and Helen MacNamara
Evidence given by Bruce Crawford MSP, Laurence Robertson MP, Ian Davidson MP, Fiona Hyslop MSP, Graham Pendlebury, John Robbs and Lindsey Whyte.
Evidence given by Professor Richard Wyn Jones, Professor Nicola McEwen and Professor Alan Page
Evidence given by David TC Davies MP and David Melding AM
Rt Hon Carwyn Jones AM and Dr Hugh Rawlings