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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 visit committees before 2020, inquiries before 2020 or publications before 2020.

Reports and government responses

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4th Report: Wales and the Shared Prosperity Fund: Priorities for the replacement of EU structural funding
Inquiry Wales and the Shared Prosperity Fund
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
HC 90
Report
4ydd adroddiad: Crynodeb
Inquiry Wales and the Shared Prosperity Fund
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
HC 90
Report
3rd Report - The Welsh economy and Covid-19: Interim Report
Inquiry The Welsh economy and Covid-19
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
HC 324
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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19 November 2020
Inquiry Brexit and trade: implications for Wales
Witnesses Welsh Government
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
5 November 2020
Inquiry Brexit and trade: implications for Wales
Witnesses Rt Hon Greg Hands MP (Minister of State at Department of International Trade), and Rt Hon Simon Hart MP (Secretary of State for Wales at Office of the Secretary of State for Wales)
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
15 October 2020
Work Internal Market Bill (Non-inquiry session)
Witnesses Professor Jo Hunt (Professor of Law at Cardiff University), Professor Aileen McHarg (Professor of Public Law and Human Rights at Durham University), and Professor Nicola McEwen (Co-Director at Centre on Constitutional Change, Professor of Territorial Politics at Edinburgh University, and Senior Fellow at UK in a Changing Europe)
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
Witnesses Logistics UK
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses Welsh Government
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses British Standards Institution
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence

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  • Email: welshcom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 020 7219 0316 (general enquiries)/07933 386 949 (media enquiries)
  • Address: Welsh Affairs Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA