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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Inquiry open, accepting evidence
The second phase of PACAC’s major constitution inquiry will focus on the way in which the different governments, parliaments and civil servants in the United Kingdom work with one another. This strand of our inquiry will look at how inter-institutional relations have developed since the advent of devolution and assess what changes are required for the future.
Evidence given by Lord Lang of Monkton, Chair of the Lords Constitution Committee, Lord Forsyth of Drumlean, Former Secretary of State for ScotlandLord Steel of Aikwood, former Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament
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PACAC hear from Lord Lang of Monkton, Lord Forsyth of Drumlean and Lord Steel of Aikwood