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Welsh Affairs Committee

Commons Select Committee

The Welsh Affairs Committee is responsible for scrutinising the expenditure, administration and policies of the Wales Office, and the policies of the UK Government as whole that have an impact in Wales. It is chaired by Stephen Crabb MP. You can follow the Committee on Twitter @CommonsWelshAff

Diversity of witnesses - Welsh Affairs Committee

Amrywiaeth Tystion - Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig

For information about the work of committees before 2020 please go to inquiries before 2020 and publications before 2020. For information on former committees before 2020, please visit former committees.

Committee news

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Chair reacts to Airbus job losses
Chair responds to the news that Airbus plans to axe 1,700 jobs across the UK
1 July 2020
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Gweinidogion Cymru dros Gyllid a’r Economi yn cael eu holi ar Covid-19
Cwestiynau i'r Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig Rebecca Evans a Ken Skateson ar y ffordd yr ymdriniodd Llywodraeth Cymru ag argyfwng coronafirus
22 June 2020
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Welsh Finance and Economy ministers face questions on Covid-19
Welsh Affairs Committee questions Rebecca Evans and Ken Skateson on the Welsh Government's handling of the coronavirus crisis
22 June 2020
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Y Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig yn derbyn tystiolaeth gan gynrychiolwyr diwydiannau ynghylch effaith coronafeirws ar economi Cymru
Y Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig yn clywed gan gynrychiolwyr y diwydiant ar effaith coronafeirws ar economi Cymru
9 June 2020
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Committee Chairs seek clarity on Shared Prosperity Fund
An influential group of MPs have written to the Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick
9 June 2020
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Industry representatives questioned on impact of coronavirus on Welsh economy
Welsh Affairs Committee examines the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on their respective industries
9 June 2020
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Welsh Secretary gives evidence on coronavirus response
Welsh Affairs Committee hears from Simon Hart MP
27 May 2020
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Universal Credit claims up 120,000 in Wales since coronavirus outbreak
Welsh Affairs Committee publishes correspondence with the Department for Work and Pensions
22 May 2020
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Gall porthladdoedd rhydd fod o fudd i economi Cymru, ond nid ydynt yn ‘ateb i bob problem’
8 May 2020
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Freeports can benefit Welsh economy, but are ‘no silver bullet’
Welsh Affairs Committee publish their report on 'freeports and Wales'
8 May 2020
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Holiadur: ASau yn holi Cymru ynglŷn ag effaith y coronafeirws
ASau yn holi Cymru ynghylch effaith y coronafeirws
4 May 2020
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MPs canvass Welsh businesses for effect of coronavirus
An online survey launched by the Welsh Affairs Committee
4 May 2020
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Y Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig yn lansio ymchwiliad newydd i economi Cymru a Covid-19
Y Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig yn lansio ymchwiliad newydd i economi Cymru a Covid-19
24 April 2020
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Welsh Affairs Committee launches new inquiry into the Welsh economy and Covid-19
Welsh Affairs Committee launches inquiry into the economic consequences for Wales of the coronavirus (Covid-19)
24 April 2020
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Committee approves appointment of Rhodri Williams as Chair of S4C
Welsh Affairs Committee publish report on the Government’s preferred candidate for the Chair of S4C
19 March 2020
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Y Pwyllgor yn cymeradwyo penodi Rhodri Williams yn Gadeirydd S4C
Y Pwyllgor yn cymeradwyo penodi Rhodri Williams yn Gadeirydd S4C
19 March 2020
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Porthladd Rhydd yng Nghymru
13 March 2020
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Welsh Affairs Committee to examine merits of freeports in Wales
The Welsh Affairs Committee will hold a one-off evidence session on this area
13 March 2020
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Pre-appointment hearing for the Chair of S4C
Welsh Affairs Committee holds pre-appointment hearing with the Government's preferred candidate for Chair of S4C
13 March 2020
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Gwrandawiad rhagbenodi: S4C
Gwrandawiad rhagbenodi: S4C
13 March 2020
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