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Women and Equalities Committee
One-off evidence session on 14 September 2016.
The Women and Equalities Committee held a one-off evidence session to consider the impact of Brexit on equality law and related measures in the UK and possible ways in which existing protections might be retained and enhanced under a new relationship with the EU.
Evidence given by Professor Catherine Barnard, Professor of European Law, University of Cambridge, and Professor Aileen McColgan, Professor of Human Rights, Kings College London.
Government fails to engage with Committee's clear, practical options for post Brexit equality rights