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Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
This inquiry works on a sectoral basis. The Committee will start by looking at the civil nuclear sector, including membership of Euratom. It will then look at the Automotive, Aerospace, Processed food and drink and Pharmaceuticals sectors.
The Committee aims to establish how the interests of different sectors should best be pursued both in the negotiating process and post-Brexit and attempts to examine a range of issues relating to market access, non-tariff barriers, regulation, skills, R&D, trade opportunities and transitional arrangements.
Evidence given by Emily Lydgate, Lecturer in Law, Sussex Trade Observatory, Stephen Booth, Director of Policy and Research, Open Europe
Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee explores what kind of Brexit deal the Government should be seeking