Scottish Affairs Committee

My Scottish Affairs inquiry

Inquiry status: open

Scope of the inquiry

The Committee wants to hear your ideas about what areas it should look into, particularly proposals for work in areas that might otherwise escape its attention.

Proposals for inquiries should outline briefly the nature of the issue that the Committee should explore and why it deserves attention.

The Committee will also accept proposals in the form of videos tweeted using the #MyScottishAffairs hashtag (up to two minutes in length).

When making your proposal you might want to address one or more of the following points.

  • What issues should the Committee be examining during this Parliament? Why are these issues important? In what way are these policies not working for Scotland, or could be made to work better?
  • What aspects of UK Government policy are not working, or could be made to work better, in and for Scotland?
  • What are your views on the effectiveness of the Scotland Office? What could it do better?

The Committee is not able to take up individual cases or complaints.

Terms of reference: My Scottish Affairs inquiry Send a written submission

Latest evidence

  • 16 Oct 2017 - My Scottish Affairs - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF560 KB) HC 368 | Published 19 Oct 2017

    Evidence given by Colin Borland, Head of Devolved Nations, Federation of Small Businesses Scotland, Helen Martin, Assistant General Secretary, Scottish Trades Union Congress, Alastair Sim, Director, Universities ScotlandRob Gowans, Policy Officer, Citizens Advice Scotland, Layla Theiner, Disability Agenda Scotland, Craig Wilson, Parliamentary Officer, Scottish Council for Voluntary OrganisationsClare Slipper, Political Affairs Manager, National Farmers Union Scotland, Simon Collins, Executive Officer, Shetland Fishermen’s Association on behalf of Scottish Fishermen’s Federation, Charles Dundas, Vice Chair, Scottish Environment LINKEvelyn Fraser, Development Manager, Scottish Women's Convention, Susan Hunter, Senior Policy and Research Officer, Youthlink Scotland, Danny Boyle, Parliamentary and Policy Officer, Black and Ethnic Minority Infrastructure in Scotland

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