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The House of Lords EU Sub-Committee on Economic and Financial Affairs launched a new inquiry into EU “Genuine Economic and Monetary Union” and its implications for the UK, and published the report on 14 February 2014.
Inquiry status: Inquiry concluded, Report and Government Response published. Debate took place on 2 July 2014.
The move towards an increasingly integrated monetary union within the EU’s inner core is seen as essential to securing the future of the eurozone. Yet the consequences for non-euro area Member States, not least the UK, are massive.
The Committee published a Call for evidence, and is inviting written responses by 24 June 2013. The Committee began hearing oral evidence in May.
EU Economic and Financial Affairs Sub-Committee publish Genuine Economic and Monetary Union report
EU Sub-Committee to ask if UK influence in Europe is receding from 10.30am
German government officials, MPs, the European Central Bank (ECB) and Bundesbank to be quizzed on their stance on Genuine Economic and Monetary Union
Evidence into European Economic and Monetary Union given at 10.40am
Lords to hear from LSE Professor as part of Inquiry into European Economic and Monetary Union
Lords to take further evidence on Genuine Economic and Monetary Union
Lords Committee urge UK to “get on the front foot” over watered down Eurozone Economic Reforms
Lord take evidence from the Chief Economists at Citgroup and Berenberg Bank as well as a Senior Analyst from Elcano Royal Institute of Madrid
City of London Corporation and British Chamber of Commerce give evidence
Lords EU Committee to hear from expert on EU plans for Genuine Economic and Monetary Union
Lords EU Committee to open inquiry into Genuine Economic and Monetary Union with evidence from Open Europe
Proposals for ‘Genuine Economic and Monetary Union’
The Members of the Sub-Committee have declared the following interests in relation to their scrutiny work:
Members are required to register any financial and non-financial interests that a reasonable member of the public might think would influence their actions in Parliament. The full text of the Register is available online: