Appointment as specialist adviser to the Commons Welsh Affairs Committee

I’ve just been appointed as a specialist adviser to the Commons Welsh Affairs Committee, to assist them on constitutional and related matters.  Readers will understand that as a result there are certain things I won’t be able to discuss on this blog, in order to protect the confidentiality of the Committee’s work.  They’ll also appreciate that anything I say here is my own view, not the Committee’s.   I don’t speak for the Committee, and what I say here shouldn’t be treated as a way of guessing what advice the Committee has received or what view the Committee might take.

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