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Lords debate Brexit: justice for families, individuals and businesses? report

18 December 2017

On Wednesday 20 December the House of Lords debates the European Union Committee's report, Brexit: justice for families, individuals and businesses?

The report Brexit: justice for families, individuals and businesses called on the Government to secure adequate alternative arrangements for the mutual recognition of judgments in the other 27 EU members states, as part of a withdrawal agreement or a transitional deal.

Speakers in the debate

The debate is being moved by Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws, Chair of the EU Justice Sub-Committee, and Lord Keen of Elie will respond on behalf of the Government.

Among those listed to speak from the Sub-Committee are Lord Cromwell, Lord Judd, Earl of KinnoullBaroness Ludford and Lord Polak

Other Members of the House of Lords who are due to speak in the debate can be viewed on the Speakers' Lists.

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