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The Foreign Affairs Committee has concluded its inquiry into The Role of the FCO in UK Government, the Committee's Report and the Government Response have been published.
The Committee’s Report on The Role of the FCO in UK Government (PDF 3.36 MB) was published on Thursday 12 May as the Seventh Report of Session 2010-12, HC 665.
Additional written evidence (PDF 1.53 MB) has also been published.
The Government's Response (PDF 354 KB) (Cm 8125) was published in July 2011.
FCO must have skills and resources says Foreign Affairs Committee
Report to be published on Thursday 12 May 2011
Sir Peter Ricketts and Sir Jeremy Greenstock to give evidence
Foreign Affairs Committee holds fifth evidence session of inquiry