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The House of Lords Constitution Committee conducted an inquiry into inter-governmental relations in the United Kingdom.
Report published on 27 March 2015. Government response published on 17 January 2017. Awaiting debate.
The inquiry followed the report of the Smith Commission on further devolution to Scotland and the plans for further devolution to Wales and Northern Ireland. The Committee considered how current inter-governmental relations could be improved and how Parliament could best scrutinise these arrangements. While the inquiry's focus was on Scotland, the Committee also welcomed evidence on the UK Government's relations with the Welsh Government and Northern Ireland Executive.
The Constitution Committee has published a report on inter-governmental relations in the UK
The Committee launches an inquiry into relations between governments within the UK
Corrected oral and written evidence taken on the inquiry on inter-governmental relations in the United Kingdom