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Brexit and transport: where do we stand?

11 March 2019

The EU Internal Market Sub-Committee asks Dr Jesse Norman MP, Minister of State for Transport, about preparations for a ‘no deal’ Brexit in the road, rail and maritime sectors and the Government’s priorities for future UK-EU negotiations on transport.

Witnesses

Wednesday 13 March, Committee Room 4a, Palace of Westminster 

At 3.00pm 

  • Dr Jesse Norman MP, Minister of State, Department for Transport
  • Ben Rimmington, Director, Road Safety, Standards and Services, Department for Transport
  • Martin Jones, Deputy Director, EU Division, Department for Transport

Possible questions

Questions likely to be covered in the session include:

  • What progress has been made on Project Brock?
  • What implications does the Government’s decision to pursue only bilateral agreements have for the UK’s wider rail industry?
  • How advanced is work to replicate essential European Maritime Safety Agency databases?
  • How successful do you think the Department has been in engaging with transport stakeholders? Has this varied between sectors? 

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