About our party panels

We have four party panels, which represent the different areas of the UK. These panels give political parties the chance to tell us about any issues that are affecting them.

Each of the panels usually meet four times a year, but they can meet more or less often if they need to.

Parliamentary Parties Panel

The Parliamentary Parties Panel has a representative from each of the parliamentary political parties that have two or more sitting MPs.

Currently, there are representatives from:

  • the Conservative and Unionist Party
  • the Labour Party
  • the Scottish National Party
  • the Liberal Democrats
  • the Democratic Unionist Party
  • Plaid Cymru

Meeting minutes

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Northern Ireland Assembly Parties Panel

The Northern Ireland Assembly Parties Panel has a representative from the political parties that make up the Northern Ireland Assembly.

Currently, there are representatives from:

  • Sinn Fein
  • the Social Democratic and Labour Party
  • the Democratic Unionist Party
  • the Ulster Unionist Party
  • Alliance and the Green Party

Meeting minutes

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Scottish Parliament Parties Panel

The Scottish Parliament Parties Panel has a representative from the political parties that make up the Scottish Parliament.

Currently, there are representatives from the:

  • Scottish National Party
  • Scottish Labour Party
  • Scottish Liberal Democrats
  • Scottish Green Party
  • Scottish Conservative Party

Meeting minutes

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Wales Assembly Parties Panel

The Wales Assembly Parties panel has a representative from each of the Assembly's political parties that have two or more sitting Assembly Members.

Currently, there are representatives from:

  • Welsh Labour
  • Plaid Cymru
  • Welsh Conservatives
  • Welsh Lib Dems

Meeting minutes

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Last updated: 25 July 2019
Next review: 10 June 2020