Inquiry status: Eight Reports published, Oral evidence ongoing
An inquiry relating to a potential referendum on Separation for Scotland. The first part of this inquiry focuses on the processes and mechanics by which such a referendum would be organised and conducted. The second part of the inquiry seeks to identify those issues which will need to be resolved before a referendum is held in order to allow voters to make an informed choice.
Scottish Affairs Committee report says the 'conspiracy of optimism' is not enough
Scottish Affairs Committee report says paper must lay out all the true risks, alternatives and costed options
Dr Andrew Murrison MP and Rt Hon Alistair Carmichael MP give evidence to Defence Committee at 1pm
The Scottish Affairs Committee will take evidence from a military historian on a potential Army for Scotland.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander MP gives evidence to Scottish Affairs Committee
Scottish Affairs Committee questions Vince Cable MP and David Mundell MP on Scotland Analysis paper at 2.30pm
The Henry Jackson Society recently published a report entitled In Scotland’s Defence? An Assessment of SNP Defence Strategy.
The Scottish Affairs Committee continues its inquiry into The referendum on Separation for Scotland
UK Government response reinforces Committee’s concerns.
The Committee is exploring several subjects to help the people of Scotland make an informed choice in the forthcoming referendum on separation in September 2014.
Scottish Affairs Committee continues to look at the provision of pensions in a separate Scotland
Scottish Affairs Committee explores several subjects on separation
The Committee is exploring several subjects to help the people of Scotland make an informed choice in the forthcoming referendum on separation.
Scottish Affairs Committee publishes its Report: The Referendum on Separation for Scotland: How would Separation affect jobs in the Scottish defence industry?
Government Response to Committee's Report; Separation Shuts Shipyards is published
Scottish Affairs Committee take further evidence on The Referendum on Separation for Scotland
Scottish Affairs Committee leads debate on possible impact and timetable of terminating Trident after Separation
Committee will take evidence from the Secretary of State for Scotland
The Scottish Affairs Committee today welcomes the decision of the Scottish Government to drop the leading “do you agree” from the beginning of the question for the referendum on Separation.
The Scottish Affairs Committee continues its inquiry into The Referendum on Separation for Scotland
Politically motivated delay risks thousands of Scottish jobs
Scottish Affairs Committee publishes its sixth Report of session 2012-13
The Scottish Affairs Committee has published the Government’s response to its Fourth Report of session 2012-13
Trident could be disarmed within days and removed within months
Scottish Affairs Committee questions experts on whether Trident would have to be relocated
MPs publish fourth report about referendum on separation for Scotland
"Overwhelming" weight of evidence shows Holyrood has no legal power to hold Separation referendum
Scottish Affairs Committee questions witnesses on what a possible Scottish Defence Force might look like
MPs publish interim report into referendum on separation for Scotland
Scottish Affairs Committee questions academics and legal experts
Scottish Affairs Committee take evidence
Questions will form the basis of major inquiry over coming months
Today, Wednesday 8th February2012, the Commons Scottish Affairs Committee determined its forthcoming programme of hearings and enquiries.
MPs examine issues relating to recent elections in Scotland
The Committee launches two new inquiries relating to a potential referendum on Separation for Scotland.
No business announced
Report, together with formal minutes
Report, together with Formal Minutes.
Volume III: Oral evidence ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 9, 23, and 30 January, 13 February, 17 and 91 March, 14 and 15 May, 5, 12 and 19 June and 9 July 2013
Written evidence ordered by the House of Commons to be printed on 09 January 2013