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The Met Office is ultimately accountable to the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, who, in turn represents our interests at Westminster and delegates authority to us to deal with enquiries from Members of Parliament, the Scottish Parliament, the Northern Ireland Assembly, the Welsh Assembly and the European Parliament.

We provide objective and impartial information to parliamentarians and their offices, on request, and present evidence to a wide range of parliamentary committees, as required. We also submit evidence to consultations on issues of corporate interest and scientific expertise.

Full list of consultation and inquiry contributions

200920082007

All Party Parliamentary Group on Food & Agriculture for Development - Inquiry into the UK's role in tackling the challenge of global food security until 2050

Innovation, Universities, Science and Skills Select Committee - Case study on geo-engineering (PDF, 3 MB)

Scottish Government - Rural Affairs and Environment Committee  flood review

Environmental Audit Committee - Inquiry into carbon budgets

Northern Ireland Regional Development Committee evidence - Flood, August 2008

Westminster -

Institution of Civil Engineers - State of the Nation: Defending critical infrastructure

Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution - Adapting the UK to climate change

Innovation, Universities, Science and Skills Select Committee inquiry - Putting science & engineering at the heart of government policy

Scottish Government -

Northern Ireland Assembly Environment Committee - Inquiry into climate change

Scottish Government -  Coordinated Agenda for Marine, Environmental and Rural Affairs Science (CAMERAS) (2011-2016)

Transport Committee evidence - Snow events, February 2009

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Last updated: 10 January 2013