Here you can browse the report which was ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 21 May 2013.
Conclusions and recommendations
Inquiry terms of reference, scope and timing
Government and Conservative Party EU policy
Balance of Competences Review
Structure of Report
2 UK influence in the EU and the December 2011 European Council
UK influence in the EU
UK influence in the EU: the December 2011 European Council as case study
The significance of December 2011: differing interpretations
The impact of the December 2011 veto on UK influence in the EU
3 The Eurozone and the EU
Assumptions about Eurozone integration
Eurozone integration: a risk for the UK?
The Eurozone and the Single Market
The Eurozone and other EU policy areas
Government stance towards an integrating Eurozone
A case study: the Single Supervisory Mechanism
Eurozone integration and the TSCG: inside or outside the EU?
4 The Prime Minister's agenda: reform, renegotiation, referendum
"New settlement" for the UK?
Questions: process and timings
Flexible integration: the EU's West Lothian question?
What would 'out' mean?
5 The Single Market and the EU: Norwegian and Swiss options
6 Conclusions: maintaining UK influence in the EU
Maintaining UK influence in the EU
Annex 1: Selected developments in Government EU policy, 2010-2013
Annex 2: Selected scheduled events in the EU, 2013-2018
Annex 3: Flexible integration in and around the EU, 2013
Annex 4: Possible future steps in the EU: do they require EU Treaty amendment?
Annex 5: Abbreviations and glossary
Annex 6: Foreign Affairs Committee visit to Berlin, Oslo and Berne, October 2012
Annex 7: Foreign Affairs Committee visit to Brussels and Paris, November 2012
List of written evidence
Oral and Written Evidence
26 June 2012
10 July 2012
11 September 2012
6 February 2013