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Scottish Affairs Committee
Findings published 7 December 2017.
The Committee wants to hear your ideas about what areas it should look into, particularly proposals for work in areas that might otherwise escape its attention.
Proposals for inquiries should outline briefly the nature of the issue that the Committee should explore and why it deserves attention.
The Committee will also accept proposals in the form of videos tweeted using the #MyScottishAffairs hashtag (up to two minutes in length).
When making your proposal you might want to address one or more of the following points.
The Committee is not able to take up individual cases or complaints.
Read all transcripts, written evidence and other material related to the My Scottish Affairs inquiry.
Scottish Affairs Committee launches inquiry into digital connectivity after asking the people of Scotland to suggest ideas