Overseas Territories give evidence on Brexit implications

06 July 2017

The EU Committee holds an evidence session on the implications of Brexit for the British Overseas Territories. Chief Ministers, Premiers and representatives of eight Overseas Territories will appear before the Committee.


Monday 10 July in Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster

At 4.10pm

  • Victor Banks, Chief Minister, Government of Anguilla
  • Dr Derrick Binns, Secretary of the Cabinet, Government of Bermuda
  • Dr. Hon. D Orlando Smith OBE, British Virgin Islands Government
  • MLA Roger Edwards, Falkland Islands Government
  • Donaldson Romeo, Hon. Premier of Montserrat, Government of Montserrat
  • Councillor Leslie Jaques OBE, Government of Pitcairn Islands
  • Chris Carnegy, UK Representative, Government of Tristan da Cunha
  • The Premier Hon. Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson, Turks & Caicos Government


Topics covered in the meeting include:

  • The impact of Brexit on the Overseas Territories
  • Any possible benefits for the Overseas Territories arising from Brexit
  • Engagement with the UK Government through the Overseas Territories JMC
  • The potential impact Brexit could have on the Overseas Territories' future political, economic, constitutional and cultural relationship with the UK

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