MPs hear evidence on the referendum on separation for Scotland

22 June 2012

On Wednesday, the Scottish Affairs Committee will continue its inquiry into the referendum on separation for Scotland. The evidence session will focus on whether a referendum vote is required before a ‘devo-plus’ or ‘devo-max’ option could be introduced, what such an option might entail and what the effects might be of having multiple questions on the ballot paper.


At 2.30pm, Wednesday 27 June 2012, Committee Room 8, Palace of Westminster

  • Jeremy Purvis, Reform Scotland

Jeremy Purvis is a member of the advisory group of Reform Scotland, a public policy institute. He authored a recent report analysing the case for further devolution of powers to the Scottish Parliament and the process by which they might come about.

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