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Inquiry status: concluded
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee looks into the arrangements for forming a government after a general election, with particular reference to circumstances where there is no clear single-party majority in the House of Commons.
The Committee will be reviewing the findings of its 2011 report, Lessons from the process of government formation after the 2010 general election, and the Government response to that report.
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee publish its report on Government formation post-election
PCRC to take evidence from House of Commons Clerks, Civil Servants and MP’s
PCRC looks into arrangements for forming a government after a general election
Committee looks into forming a government especially where there is no clear single-party majority