Scottish Affairs Committee 
The Referendum on Separation for Scotland, Session 2010-12


Wednesday 2 November 2011: John McCormick, Electoral Commissioner for Scotland, Electoral Commission, Andy O’Neill, Head of Office, Electoral Commission, and Andrew Scallan, Director of Electoral Administration, Electoral Commission

Wednesday 22 February 2012: Rt Hon Michael Moore MP, Secretary of State for Scotland, Rt Hon David Mundell MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Scotland, and Alisdair McIntosh, Chief Executive Officer, Scotland Office

Monday 27 February 2012: Professor Alan Page, Professor of Public Law, University of Dundee; Professor Stephen Tierney, Professor of Constitutional Theory, School of Law, University of Edinburgh; and Aidan O'Neill, Queen’s Counsel, Matrix Chambers and Ampersand

Wednesday 7 March 2012: Professor Vernon Bogdanor, Research Professor at King’s College, London, Professor John Curtice, Professor of Politics, University of Strathclyde, Peter Kellner, President, YouGov, and Professor Iain McLean, Official Fellow in Politics, Nuffield College, Oxford

Wednesday 14 March 2012: Professor John Kay, visiting Professor of Economics, London School of Economics, Martin Wolf CBE, Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times, Matthew Elliott, Campaign Director, NOtoAV campaign, William Norton, Referendum Agent, NOtoAV campaign, Katie Ghose, Yes to Fairer Votes campaign and Chief Executive, Electoral Reform Society, and Willie Sullivan, Scottish Director of Electoral Reform Society and head of field operations, Yes to Fairer Votes campaign

Wednesday 21 March 2012: Owen Kelly, Chief Executive, Scottish Financial Enterprise, Iain McMillan, Director, CBI Scotland, and David Lonsdale, Assistant Director CBI Scotland, Dr Matt Qvortrup, Senior Lecturer of Comparative Politics, Centre for International Security and Resilience, Daran Hill, Managing Director, Positif Politics (yes campaign), Rachel Banner, True Wales (no campaign), John McCormick, Electoral Commissioner for Scotland, Andy O’Neill, Head of Office, Lisa Klein, Director of Party and Election Finance, and Andrew Scallan, Director of Electoral Administration, the Electoral Commission

Wednesday 18 April 2012: Martin Boon, Head of social & government research, ICM Research, Nigel Smith, chair of the cross party campaign for a Yes vote in the 1997 Scottish Devolution referendum, Andrew Hawkins, Chairman, ComRes and Mark Diffley, Research Director Ipsos Mori Scotland

Written evidence

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