The Scottish Government’s proposals for an independent Scotland: membership of the European Union

17 December 2013 | 00:00–23:59

The European and External Relations Committee is holding an inquiry into the Scottish Government’s proposals for an independent Scotland’s membership of the European Union and plans to hold a series of evidence sessions over the coming months to examine the proposals in detail.

Your views

The Committee understands how important it is that people are able to make an informed decision on the Scottish Government’s proposals which is why we are keen to hear what you feel are the key questions which need answered. You can reply to our call for views which can be found on the Committee’s website or, alternatively, send a response electronically in word format to:

Written submissions can also be sent to:

European and External Relations Committee, Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh EH99 1SP

For more details, visit the website:


Call_for_evidence_leaflet_(232KB_pdf).pdf (232.48 KB, application/pdf)

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