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The Committee published its report into the future of the EU Single Market on 4 April 2011. It was debated in Grand Committee on 13 September 2011.
The inquiry was undertaken to consider whether complacency and the economic crisis had stalled progress in completing the single market. The Committee concluded that the Government needed to be a more effective “champion” for the benefits of the single market, and that Member States and European institutions had to work together to properly implement Single Market measures, in order to allow the Single Market to play a strong role in delivering economic growth across the EU.
UK Government must actively promote benefits of the Single Market
The EU Sub-Committee on the Internal Market heard evidence from two MEPs who sit on the European Parliament Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee (IMCO)
Call for evidence published on 27 July 2010
Written Evidence on the Inquiry into Re-launching the Single Market
Oral evidence and associated written evidence on the Inquiry into the EU Single Market