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Northern Ireland Affairs Committee

Commons Select Committee

The Committee examines the expenditure, administration and policy of the Northern Ireland Office and its associated public bodies. It is chaired by Simon Hoare MP. You can follow the Committee on Twitter @CommonsNIAC

These pages only show information for this committee from the start of 2020 onwards. Earlier information can be found on the previous version of the UK Parliament website.

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Reports and government responses

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Third Report: Addressing the Legacy of Northern Ireland’s Past: the Government’s New Proposals (Interim Report)
Inquiry Addressing the Legacy of Northern Ireland’s past: The UK Government's New Proposals
Committees Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
Government Response
Third Special Report - Addressing the Legacy of Northern Ireland’s past: the Government’s New Proposals: Government Response to the Committee’s Third Report of Session 2019–21
HC 329
Report
Second Report: New Decade, New Approach Agreement
Inquiry New Decade, New Approach Agreement
Committees Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
Government Response
Second Special Report: New Decade, New Approach Agreement: Government Response to the Committee’s Second Report of Session 2019–21
HC 160
Report
First Report: Unfettered Access: Customs Arrangements in Northern Ireland after Brexit
Inquiry Unfettered Access: Northern Ireland and customs arrangements after Brexit
Committees Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
Government Response
Unfettered Access: Customs Arrangements in Northern Ireland after Brexit: Government Response to the Committee’s First Report of Session 2019–21
HC 161
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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13 January 2021
Inquiry Cross-border co-operation on policing, security and criminal justice after Brexit
Witnesses Colin Murray (Reader in Public Law, Newcastle Law School at Newcastle University), Gemma Davies (Associate Professor, Northumbria Law School at Northumbria University), Professor Steve Peers (School of Law at University of Essex), and Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas (School of Law at Queen Mary University of London)
Committees Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
OralEvidence
6 January 2021
Inquiry Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol
Witnesses Victor Chestnutt (President at Ulster Farmers Union), Aodhán Connolly (Director at Northern Ireland Retail Consortium), and Seamus Leheny (Policy Manager, Northern Ireland at Logistics UK)
Committees Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
OralEvidence
9 December 2020
Inquiry Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol
Witnesses Dr Denis McMahon (Permanent Secretary at Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs Northern Ireland), Robert Huey (Deputy Secretary, Veterinary Service and Animal Health Group at Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs Northern Ireland), Norman Fulton (Deputy Secretary, Food and Farming Group at Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs Northern Ireland), Mark Livingstone (Director, Operational Readiness at Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs Northern Ireland), Emma Bourne (Director of Constitution and Borders at Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), John Bourne (Director, Biosecurity and Food Projects at Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), and Tamara Finkelstein (Permanent Secretary at Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)
Committees Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
OralEvidence
Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol
Witnesses Cabinet Office
Committees Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
WrittenEvidence
Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol
Witnesses Logistics UK
Committees Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
WrittenEvidence
Cross-border co-operation on policing, security and criminal justice after Brexit
Witnesses Ms Gemma Davies (Associate Professor at Northumbria University)
Committees Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
WrittenEvidence

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