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The Foreign Affairs Committee has concluded its inquiry into The UK's foreign policy approach to Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Committee's Report and the Government Response have been published
Letter from Rt Hon Sir Malcolm Rifkind MP - intelligence on Afghanistan (PDF) ( PDF 278 KB)
The Committee’s Report on The UK's foreign policy approach to Afghanistan and Pakistan (PDF) was published on Wednesday 2 March as the Fourth Report of Session 2010-11, HC 514.
Additional written evidence (PDF) has also been published.
Further written evidence (PDF) ( PDF 278 KB) has been received.
The Government's Response (PDF) was published in May 2011.
The time has come for a political surge in Afghanistan
Report to be published on Wednesday 2 March 2011
Foreign Affairs Committee to question William Hague on Afghan policy