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Inquiry Status: Report and Government Response published
The International Development Committee launched an inquiry into the implications for Development in the event of Scotland becoming an independent country. The Committee holds that there are implications for poor people and poor countries. The present devolved Scottish administration currently runs a small International Development Fund of its own, but it is not known how this would develop in the event of Scotland becoming an independent country.
The International Development Committee's concluding Report warned that an independent Scotland would no longer be able to make a 'transformational' contribution to international development.
International Development Committee publish Special Report
International Development Committee publishes Report on Scotland: Independence and development
Committee to publish Sixth Report of Session 2013-14
International Development Committee holds final evidence session on development and Scotland
International Development Committee holds evidence session on Thursday 31 October at the Merchants' Hall, Edinburgh
Volume I: Report, together with formal minutes, oral and written evidence
Volume II: additional written evidence