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The Call for Evidence was issued on 1 May 2012. The deadline for submissions was 1 October 2012.
House of Lords debates Economic Affairs Committee report on Scottish independence
Lords Economic Affairs Committee take evidence from Sir Philip Hampton, Chairman and Stephen Boyle, Head of Group Economics at RBS
With the Scottish Government aiming to hold a referendum on independence in 2014, the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee has today launched an inquiry into the economic implications of such independence on the UK.
The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee’s has today announced it will hold an inquiry into the economic implications for the United Kingdom of possible Scottish independence.
Correspondence on Scottish Independence - 29 October 2012
Correspondence on Scottish Independence - 31 October 2012
Follow-up correspondence to the Scottish Independence inquiry - 22 November 2012
Follow-up correspondence to the Scottish Independence inquiry - 10 December 2012
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