The Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) is undertaking a follow-up inquiry into strategic thinking in government. It will consider how policy reflects UK national interests, how such national interests are defined, how the public are engaged in defining them and how they are advanced.
Further details on the inquiry and on how to submit written evidence are set out in our Issues and Questions paper.
Issues and questions paper (PDF) ( PDF 114 KB)
Reason for the inquiry:
In October 2010 PASC published a report, ‘Who does UK National Strategy?’, which concluded: "The answer we received to the question, “Who does UK National Strategy?” is: no-one".
Oral evidence sessions are expected to commence in November 2011.