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Intergovernmental relations: 25 years since the Scotland Act 1998

Inquiry

2023 marks the 25th anniversary of the passing of the Scotland Act 1998.

To mark this milestone, the Committee is conducting an inquiry to examine how intergovernmental relations have developed since the establishment of the Scottish Executive and Parliament and how processes for managing intergovernmental relations evolved to respond to various political developments since 1999.

The inquiry will also be considering how effectively the new intergovernmental relations framework has been operating, and has been implemented, since its introduction following in January 2022 following a review.

Read our call for evidence for more detail about the inquiry and how to contribute your views.

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Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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7 May 2024
Inquiry Intergovernmental relations: 25 years since the Scotland Act 1998
Witnesses Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale (Former First Minister of Scotland 2001-2007)
Oral Evidence
7 May 2024
Inquiry Intergovernmental relations: 25 years since the Scotland Act 1998
Witnesses Lady Elish Angiolini (Former Lord Advocate 2006-2011)
Oral Evidence
7 May 2024
Inquiry Intergovernmental relations: 25 years since the Scotland Act 1998
Witnesses Mr Henry McLeish (Former First Minister of Scotland 2000-2001)
Oral Evidence
Scottish Parliament (IGR0014)
Rt Hon Tony Blair (IGR0013)
Rt Hon David Cameron (IGR0012)

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