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Inquiry status: Report and Government Response published
This inquiry into the Spending Review 2010 scrutinised, in particular, precisely how the Treasury and the star-chamber determined departmental settlements and the impact of ring-fencing on this process.
The Committe published its Report on 25 November 2010. The Report provides cross-party commentary on the Government’s Spending Review, which will shape public policy for the coming Parliament.
Report provides cross-party commentary on the Government’s Spending Review
Commons Treasury Committee launches wide ranging inquiry
The inquiry will span several evidence sessions and witnesses will include among others, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, former Cabinet Secretary Lord Turnbull and the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Oral and Written Evidence