Foreign Affairs Committee

Global Britain and India inquiry

Inquiry status: open

The deadline for written submissions was 28 September 2018, but we're still accepting written submissions.

Scope of the inquiry

The purpose of this inquiry, which forms the next chapter of the Committee’s work on Global Britain, is to take stock of the UK’s relationship with India, and to examine the relationship as an important test case of the Global Britain strategy. The inquiry will also be an opportunity to consider a number of cross-cutting issues, such as the relationship between trade and broader strategic relationships, and the implications of the UK’s visa policy in a foreign policy context.

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Latest evidence

  • 27 Nov 2018 - Global Britain and India - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF236 KB) HC 1465 | Published 04 Dec 2018

    Evidence given by Dr Rudra Chaudhuri, Senior Lecturer, King’s College London and Director, Carnegie India, Ranjan Mathai, former Indian High Commissioner to the UK, Professor Kate Sullivan de Estrada, Associate Professor in the International Relations of South Asia, University of Oxford

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