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The Foreign Affairs Committee has concluded its inquiry into Implications of the BBC World Service Cuts, the Committee's Report and the Government and BBC Responses have been published.
The Committee’s Report on The Implications of Cuts to the BBC World Service (PDF 480 KB) was published on Wednesday 13 April as the Sixth Report of Session 2010-11, HC 849.
Additional written evidence (PDF 396 KB) has also been published.
The Committee has published the Government's response to its Report, together with a response from the BBC and a letter to the Committee from the Secretary of State for International Development, as an annex to the Committee's Second Special Report of Session 2010-12 (PDF 162 KB) (HC 1058).
Foreign Affairs Committee welcomes the Foreign Secretary's statement that the BBC World Service will benefit from additional funding, but remain concerned about the net reductions to service
Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee welcomes statement by Lord Patten
Government and BBC respond to report on implications of cuts
Ring-fence BBC World Service against cuts, says committee
Report to be published on Wednesday 13 April 2011
Mark Thompson answers questions on future funding