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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Findings published 29 November 2017.
The UK's decision to leave the EU has significant ramifications for the internal constitutional arrangements of the UK. The current distribution of powers between central and devolved governments will be altered by Brexit, potentially placing additional strain on the current constitutional arrangements. Developing processes to both manage and deliver these changes will be a key element to the UK's successful departure from the EU.
Evidence given by Rt Hon Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London
Evidence given by Rt Hon David Lidington MP, Minister for the Cabinet Office and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Lucy Smith, Director General, UK Governance Group
Evidence given by Rt Hon Andy Burnham, Mayor of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority
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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee publishes report on the constitutional arrangements of the UK after Brexit
Explanatory Notes to the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill
Scottish Government's memorandum
Welsh Government's memorandum