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EU Select Committee
Report published on 1 March 2017. Report was debated on 21 March 2017. Government response published 3 November 2017.
The House of Lords European Union Committee publishes its report on the impact of Brexit on Gibraltar, in which it makes clear that the UK Government has a 'moral responsibility' to ensure that Gibraltar's voice is heard, and its interests protected, throughout Brexit negotiations with the EU.
The Committee concluded that any loss of access to the Single Market in services, or to its cross-border workforce, could significantly harm Gibraltar's economy. They therefore found that the UK Government had a moral responsibility to ensure Gibraltar's voice is heard, and its interests respected, throughout the negotiations.
Debate on Brexit: Gibraltar report takes place on Tuesday 21 March