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Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
This is the automotive strand of the Committee's Brexit and the implications for UK business inquiry.
Overall, no-one has argued there are advantages to be gained from Brexit for the automotive industry for the foreseeable future. We urge the Government to acknowledge this and to pursue an exercise in damage limitation in the negotiations. This involves retaining as close as possible a relationship with the existing EU regulatory and trading framework in order to give volume car manufacturing a realistic chance of surviving in this country.
Read all transcripts, written evidence and other material related to the inquiry on Brexit and the implications for UK business: Automotive
Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee publishes report on Brexit's impact for the automotive industry