The research in this report examines the relationship between select committee inquiries and their impact on government during the last parliament.
This paper is published to accompany our report, Select Committees Under Scrutiny: The impact of parliamentary committee inquiries on government.
This publication draws together the views and ideas of people with experience of interacting with select committees.
This explainer sets how select committee chairs and members are elected.
Parliamentary scrutiny will lose credibility if the government continues to interfere in the membership of parliamentary committees.
The Liaison Committee's role in questioning the prime minister means it has a unique accountability role which must not be undermined or lost.
Seven MPs will take the helm of a select committee for the first time. Hannah White offers them five pieces of advice on how to make an impact.