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EU Justice Sub-Committee
Report published 19 December 2017. Government response received 12 February 2018. Debated 16 January 2019.
The House of Lords EU Justice Sub-Committee calls on the Government to explain exactly how it intends to ensure that UK citizens' consumer rights will be protected and enforced after the UK leaves the European Union. Consumer rights are best protected through shared legislation, shared mechanisms and cooperation with cross-border agencies.
Consumer protection after Brexit debate takes place on 16 January