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European Scrutiny Committee
The EU has proposed a major package of asylum reform, which has been considered by the European Scrutiny Committee.
The Committee has decided to call the Minister to give evidence on the handling of these important documents and may also raise wider issues about engagement on scrutiny after the EU referendum and broader Brexit implications of some asylum and migration measures under scrutiny.
Read all transcripts, written evidence and other material related to the Departmental scrutiny: Home Office: Asylum reform and other scrutiny-related matters inquiry.
European Scrutiny Committee questions Robert Goodwill on the Home Office's handling of the proposals