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Government failure to tackle labour shortages will shrink food sector permanently, warn MPs
There can be no doubt about the seriousness of the issues facing the food and farming sector, warns EFRA Committee.
06 April 2022
Committee publishes update on impact of EU product safety regulations
European Scrutiny Committee issues update on the impact draft EU General Product Safety Regulation on the UK
05 April 2022
MPs to quiz experts on how retained EU law could be changed
Committee continues its inquiry into the future of retained EU law by questioning legal experts
29 March 2022
Government needs to face up to its scrutiny obligations over EU legislation applying to Northern Ireland
Sub-Committee on the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland publish report on scrutiny of EU legislative proposals
22 March 2022
Delay to Horizon Europe association damaging to UK and EU research
European Affairs Committee write letters concerning the delay in the UK’s association to the EU’s Horizon Europe programme.
03 March 2022
Government proposals on retained EU law to be scrutinised by Committee
European Scrutiny Committee questions legal experts on Government proposals to create an ‘accelerated process’ to amend or repeal retained EU law
25 February 2022
Secretary of State and others questioned on EU import checks
MPs will take evidence on Tuesday 1 March at 2.30pm
24 February 2022
Foreign Secretary invited to respond to expert evidence on role of CJEU under the Protocol
Lords Sub-Committee on the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland writes to Foreign Secretary on role of CJEU in relation to the protocol
11 February 2022
Committee session examines the future of retained EU laws
Legal experts will examine retained laws, why they're different and if they're fit for purpose
07 February 2022
New UK-EU financial services inquiry launched
Lords European Affairs Committee launch new inquiry into UK-EU relationship in financial services
04 February 2022
MPs assess future of retained EU laws
They will look at laws including employment rights, consumer protections, health and safety and data protection.
31 January 2022
Committee seeks clarity on EU proposals for medicine supply to Northern Ireland
The House of Lords Sub-Committee on the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland writes to the Foreign Secretary seeking clarity on the EU proposals for medicine supply to Northern Ireland.
28 January 2022
MPs probe checks on food and animal imports from EU
Environment Food and Rural Affairs Committee announces a hearing into checks on imports from the EU of food and live animals
24 January 2022
Government urged to work with EU Member states on arrangements for touring creative professionals
The House of Lords European Affairs Committee has today published a further letter to the Government on the movement of creative professionals.
20 January 2022
Committee hears evidence on the role of the CJEU under the Protocol
On Thursday 20 January, the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland Sub-Committee takes evidence on the role of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in relation to the Protocol.
18 January 2022
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