House of Lords Brexit round-up: Home affairs

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On 29 March 2017 the prime minister notified the European Council of the UK’s intention to withdraw from the European Union.

The House of Lords is looking at the work of the EU, the implications of leaving and the exit process. This page contains a round-up of some of the key reports, analysis and debates on Brexit from the Lords on the topic of home affairs.

Committee work

The Joint Committee on Human Rights is investigating the impact of the UK's proposed withdrawal from the EU on the human rights framework and protection of human rights in the UK.

Reports and analysis

Debates

During debates, members are able to put their real-world experience to good use, discussing current issues and drawing the government's attention to concerns.

Lords Library briefings

The House of Lords Library is producing a range of guides on Brexit, including the following home affairs related briefings:

Further information

Parliament News - Exiting the EU

See more news from Parliament on the Brexit process

Social media

See what members of the Lords are saying on social media about Brexit

Members of the House of Lords

Membership includes people with experience of working as diplomats and MEPs, and legal and academic experts who have focused on EU matters