Policy paper

Government response to the Foreign Affairs Committee’s report into government foreign policy towards the United States

This command paper sets out the government’s response to the Foreign Affairs Committee’s report into government foreign policy towards the United States.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Government response to the Foreign Affairs Committee’s report into Government foreign policy towards the United States

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The government welcomes the scrutiny of its policy towards the United States carried out by the Foreign Affairs Committee. The government strongly welcomes the FAC’s very positive assessment of the relationship, which the committee describes as being in good health, and their positive comments about how our engagement with the US has progressed under the current government. We also welcome the committee’s supportive assessment of how we co-operate and work with the US, both at Ministerial level and in terms of the importance attached, and staff devoted, to the UK-US relationship within the FCO and its network of posts.

Published 5 June 2014