Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee

Brexit and the implications for UK business: Civil nuclear sector inquiry

Inquiry status: open

The deadline for submissions has passed. Please contact the Committee if you need to send evidence late. This sub-inquiry is part of the overarching: Brexit and the implications for UK business inquiry.

Scope of the inquiry

This is the civil nuclear sector strand of the Committee's Brexit and the implications for UK business inquiry.

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.

 

Latest evidence

  • 01 Nov 2017 - Leaving the EU: implications for the nuclear industry - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF385 KB) HC 378 | Published 16 Nov 2017

    Evidence given by Dr Mina Golshan, Deputy Chief Inspector and Director for the Sellafield, Decommissioning, Fuel and Waste Division, Office for Nuclear Regulation, Ben Russell, Head of Policy and External Affairs, Horizon Nuclear Power, Peter Haslam, Head of Policy, Nuclear Industry Association, Andrew van der Lem, Head of Government and Public Affairs, Nuclear Decommissioning AuthorityRichard Harrington MP, Minister for Energy and Industry, Katrina McLeay, Head of Safeguards and Delivery, David Wagstaff, Head of Euratom Exit Negotiations, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

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