Letter from the European Commission

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Dear House of Lords,

According to the Scotsman (http://www.scotsman.com/news/scottish-in...) the European Commission have written a letter to a House of Lords committee. This letter is regarding the future of both Scotland and the rest of the UK in the European Union, and states what would happen if Scotland voted to become independent in 2014.

I would like you to disclose the full contents of this letter, as well as any information you have which relates to it.

Yours faithfully,

Scott Watson

House of Lords Information Office, House of Lords

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DAYBANK, Alex, House of Lords

Dear Mr Watson,

I am writing in response to your request for information received by the
House of Lords on 6 December. The House of Lords Economic Affairs
Committee has published both Lord Tugendhat’s (acting Chairman of the
committee) 29 October letter to Mr. Jose Manuel Barroso and Mr. Barroso’s
response, received yesterday. Please find below links to each letter
published on the Parliamentary website.

Lord Tugendhat’s letter to Mr. Barroso. (29 October)

[1]http://www.parliament.uk/documents/lords...

Mr. Barroso’s response to the Lord Tugendhat (10 December)

[2]http://www.parliament.uk/documents/lords...

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