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Inquiry concluded, report published and Government response received
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee of the House of Commons has concluded its inquiry into Lessons from the process of government formation after the 2010 general election and published its Report.
The Committee's Report on Lessons from the process of government formation after the 2010 general election was published on 28 January 2011 as HC 528. Additional written evidence was published in Volume II
The Government Response was published in a Special Report: Lessons from the process of government formation after the 2010 general election: Government Response to the Committee's Fourth Report of Session 2010-11 on 14 March 2011 as HC 866.
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee publishes findings
Report publication date announced
Sir Gus O'Donnell appears before Political and Constitutional Reform Committee
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee asks experts about post-election talks
Key figure in post-election negotiations appears before Commons committee
David Laws MP and Lord Adonis give evidence on lessons learned after general election
Committee announces short inquiry on coalition formation