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International Development Committee
Additional oral evidence concluded
Report published 4 May 2016. Government Response published 14 July 2016.
The International Development Committee has published its Report on the Crisis in Yemen and the Report found strong evidence that delivery of aid relief is still undermined by on-going breaches of international humanitarian law and concluded that humanitarian breaches in Yemen need immediate independent investigation.
Since the publication of the Report, the Committee has had correspondence with the Foreign Secretary, setting out serious concerns about the UK Government's approach to the current crisis in Yemen. These can be found on the inquiry publication page.
Read all transcripts, written evidence and other material related to the Crisis in Yemen inquiry.
International Development Committee takes evidence from former International Development Secretary of State