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Impact of Brexit on trade examined

29 November 2017

The Exiting the European Union Committee continues its inquiry into the progress of the EU withdrawal negotiations and Government preparedness for Brexit.

Purpose of the session

The Committee is interesting in examining:

  • The Government’s position on the Customs Union and UK internal market
  • Future trade objectives
  • The impact of Brexit on the automotive, agricultural and haulage sectors
  • Implications of leaving the EU for Dover
  • Preparations required on both sides of the Channel
  • Government planning and preparedness for the various exit scenarios

This is the second evidence session of the Committee's inquiry into the progress of the EU withdrawal negotiations.

Witnesses

Wednesday 29 November, Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House

At 9.15am

At 10.15am

Further information

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