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Inquiry status: Committee has reported and Government Response received.
The Committee's Report on FCO Performance and Finances was published as: The Departmental Annual Report 2010-11 on Friday 13 April 2012 as the Committee’s Eleventh Report of Session 2010-12, HC 1618.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has published its Response to the Committee’s Eleventh Report: Departmental Annual Report 2010–11, as Command Paper 8360.
The report is available on the FCO website
The Foreign Affairs Committee has published responses from the BBC Trust and the British Council to the Committee’s Eleventh Report of Session 2010-12, on the FCO’s Departmental Annual Report. The responses are published as the Committee’s First Special Report of Session 2012-13 (HC 530).
evidence session announced
Foreign Affairs Committee to hear evidence from BBC World Service and the British Council
Simon Fraser, Permanent Under-Secretary of State, FCO, to appear before the Committee
Foreign Affairs Committee to inquire into how the FCO, and its associated bodies, will implement the demanding spending cuts and adjust to reduced Government spending
MPs say cuts likely to pose a severe challenge to British Council and BBC World Service
The Foreign Affairs Committee has announced a new inquiry into FCO Performance and Finances