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EU Select Committee
Report published on 23 March 2017. Government Response published 3 November 2017. Awaiting debate.
The European Union Committees publishes its report on the impact of Brexit on the Crown Dependencies in which it calls on the Government to remember its responsibilities to the Bailiwicks of Jersey and Guernsey, and the Isle of Man.
The Crown Dependencies’ number one priority is to maintain the strength of their close relationship with the UK. Yet the Committee highlight the potential tensions between this priority, and the desire to maintain as much as possible of the benefits of their existing relationship with the EU.
European Union Committee publishes its report on Brexit implications for the Crown Dependencies