Academic and legal experts give evidence on Brexit: Crown Dependencies

31 January 2017

The EU Select Committee continues its short inquiry on Brexit: Crown Dependencies, hearing from academics and legal professionals.


Tuesday 31 January in Committee Room 3, Palace of Westminster

At 2.05pm

  • Professor Alastair Sutton, Barrister, Brick Court Chambers
  • Professor St. John Bates, St. John Bates Consultancy
  • Professor Andrew Le Sueur, Head of Law School, University of Essex


  • Reaction in the Crown Dependencies to the referendum result
  • The Crown Dependencies' existing relationship with the EU, and how this will be affected by Brexit
  • The risks and opportunities that Brexit will present for the Islands
  • What relationship the Crown Dependencies will seek to have with the EU post-Brexit
  • The structures for communicating the Islands' concerns and priorities to the UK Government during exit negotiations.

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