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What will post-Brexit competition policy mean for business and consumers?
Business Committee questions Sir John Vickers on state aid and post-Brexit competition
25 November 2021
Rights and liberties of UK citizens must be protected in new EU travel rules, says Lords committee
The Justice and Home Affairs committee has published a letter to the Home Secretary and warned that the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS) and the Entry/Exit System (EES) could have serious consequences in the UK and for the rights and liberties of UK citizens.
22 November 2021
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Gibraltar Government questioned on prospects for a treaty between the EU and the UK 
European Scrutiny Committee explores Gibraltar’s position on the EU’s negotiating objectives
18 November 2021
MPs scrutinise impact of UK-EU trade agreement
International Trade Committee examines how the UK - EU trade deal affects the UK’s other free trade agreements (FTAs) and wider trade policy
15 November 2021
MPs to examine Scottish labour market post-Brexit
Scottish Affairs Committee examines labour shortages in certain sectors in Scotland
11 November 2021
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Cash injection for EU fisheries raises competition concerns
European Scrutiny Committee publishes documents considered by the Committee on 3 November 2021
09 November 2021
Minister questioned on integrity of UK product safety standards post-Brexit
European Scrutiny Committee examines how the Government intends to safeguard the integrity of the UK’s product safety standards
01 November 2021
Experts questioned on State Aid and Post Brexit Competition Policy
The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee examines how the UK’s competition law is likely to evolve following the UK’s departure from the EU
29 October 2021
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EU Horizon approval delays hurting British research and business
European Scrutiny Committee publishes report Brexit divorce bill and UK participation in EU programmes: how much and who pays?
25 October 2021
Lord Frost to face Committee questioning on NI Protocol
The European Scrutiny Committee questions Lord Frost, the Government’s lead EU negotiator on 25 October
21 October 2021
Lack of agreement on movement of creative professionals risks substantial damage to the creative industries
The House of Lords European Affairs Committee has today published a letter to the Government on the movement of creative professionals.
19 October 2021
Committee hears evidence on impact of Protocol on medicine supply to Northern Ireland
On Wednesday 20 October, the Sub-Committee takes evidence on the impact of the Protocol on the provision of medicines to Northern Ireland
15 October 2021
Call for evidence launched on trade in goods between Great Britain and the EU
Lords European Affairs Committee launches inquiry into trade in goods
20 September 2021
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What is the effectiveness and future of post-Brexit UK Common Frameworks?
The Common Frameworks Scrutiny Committee today invites written contributions to its ongoing inquiry into the Common Frameworks programme.
23 July 2021
Frost to be quizzed on NI Protocol future and Brexit divorce bill
Committee to question Lord Frost on the European Scrutiny Committee on the Northern Ireland Protocol and the Brexit divorce bill
15 July 2021
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