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Lords to question Minister on food safety after Brexit
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EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee to discuss safety risks with Steven Brine MP

Bank of England Governor to face Lords Economic Affairs Committee questions
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Peers to quiz Dr Mark Carney on economic forecast for Brexit delay

Foreign Office Minister to give evidence to Lords nuclear non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament inquiry
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International Relations Committee meets with Alan Duncan MP in final inquiry evidence session

Government still don't know whether the UK can remain in EU food safety systems after Brexit, Lords Committee Hears
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EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee respond to evidence from public health minister Steven Brine MP

Immigration Minister to be questioned on EU migration for work and asylum cooperation post-Brexit
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Lords EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee to discuss future options with Caroline Noakes MP

How ready are we for post-Brexit UK-EU transport arrangements? Lords keep questioning
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EU Internal Market Sub-Committee to hear from Transport Minister Jesse Norman MP

What would WTO terms mean for the UK's financial services industry?
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EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee questions witnesses on World Trade Organisation's limitations and provisions

Lords EU Committee report on UK-Switzerland Trade Agreement
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Lords scrutiny of Brexit-related treaties continues

Lords press Minister for answers on carbon pricing post-Brexit
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EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee follows up February evidence session with letter to Claire Perry MP

Lords challenge Minister over ‘inexcusable' agreement to unsustainable fishing
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EU Select Committee express concerns in letter to Defra Minister Robert Goodwill MP

Financial crime authorities and transparency groups to give evidence to Commons and Lords anti-money laundering inquiry
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Joint Committee continues consideration of the Draft Registration of Overseas Entities Bill

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