Evidence to the Welsh Affairs Committee

I gave oral evidence to the Commons Welsh Affairs Committee for their ‘Wales and Whitehall’ inquiry on Tuesday morning.  A video of my appearance should be available here, for those so inclined (I’m listed as ‘Constitution Unit, University College London’).  The transcript isn’t available yet, but should be shortly.  When it is, it will be here.  My written memorandum of evidence to the Committee is HERE.

It was quite a lively session, and I hope it was useful for members of the Committee – at least one of whom, it emerged, is a reader of this blog!

UPDATE:  There’s a report of the session on the BBC News website, available here.


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  1. Pingback: Commons Welsh Affairs Committee report on ‘Wales and Whitehall’ « Devolution Matters

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