The Foreign Affairs Committee will take evidence on Tuesday 27 March at 10.30 am, in the Wilson Room, Portcullis House
This is the Committee's second evidence session as part of the inquiry The role and future of the Commonwealth. The Committee has previously taken evidence from Senator Hugh Segal, the Canadian Special Envoy for Commonwealth Renewal.
This session is intended to give a general overview of the Commonwealth; future sessions will focus particularly on the Commonwealth's benefits to the UK and any reforms the Commonwealth should undertake.
Tuesday 27 March, Wilson Room, Portcullis House
Members of the public wishing to attend the meeting are advised to allow approximately 20 minutes in order to pass through security
- Professor Philip Murphy, Director, The Institute of Commonwealth Studies
At approx 11.15