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Scottish Affairs Committee
The Scottish Affairs Committee hold two evidence sessions to examine the EU Referendum and its potential impact on Scotland.
The first session will take place in Scotland on 9 May, and the Committee hears from representatives of key industries, such as NFU Scotland and Universities Scotland.
In the second session in Westminster on 25 May the Committee hears from in/out campaign groups and UK ministers. The sessions look at the advantages and disadvantages that UK membership of the EU has historically provided Scotland. It also examines the possible impact on Scotland of the UK either leaving the EU or implementing the settlement recently negotiated by the Prime Minister. A final consideration will be the repercussions on the future of the UK should constituent nations vote for different outcomes.
Evidence given by John Edward, Senior Campaign Spokesperson, Scotland Stronger in EuropeTom Harris, Director, Scottish Vote LeaveRt Hon David Lidington MP, Minister for Europe, Rt Hon David Mundell MP, Secretary of State for Scotland, UK GovernmentAlasdair Allan MSP, Minister for International Development and Europe, Scottish Government
Evidence given by Professor Sir Pete Downes, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Dundee, and Convener, Universities ScotlandAndrew McCornick, Vice President, NFU Scotland, Ross Dougal, President, Scottish Fishermen’s FederationStephen Boyd, Assistant Secretary, STUC, Gareth Williams, Head of Policy, SCDI, Garry Clark, Head of Policy and Research, Chambers of Commerce Scotland
Scottish Affairs Committee also hears from leave and remain campaign group representatives