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Exiting the European Union news from UK Parliament.

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Post-Brexit Channel Tunnel sovereignty and safety solutions recommended
Committee publish report - Brexit: The future operation of the Channel Tunnel Fixed Link
23 February 2021
Academics and trade experts questioned on Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee examines issues arising from the Northern Ireland Protocol and how they can be resolved
22 February 2021
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Businesses and the UK-EU Trade agreement: Evidence session
The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee will examine emerging issues faced by businesses following the UK’s departure from the European Union and the establishment of a new trading relationship between the UK and EU.
19 February 2021
Traders may not understand tariffs under Northern Ireland protocol
The European Scrutiny Committee considers approved and draft EU legislation and policy documents deposited in Parliament by the Government.
16 February 2021
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EU Committee seeks Government’s view on extending provisional application of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement
The Chair of the European Union Committee, Lord Kinnoull, has written to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Rt Hon Michael Gove MP.
12 February 2021
Committee reports on North Sea wind farms and human rights sanctions under the ‘EU Magnitsky Act’
European Scrutiny Committee publishes documents considered by the Committee on 3 February 2021
09 February 2021
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Security cooperation with the European Union examined
Home Affairs Committee questions former European Commissioner for Security Union and former Executive Director of Europol
09 February 2021
Minister questioned on vaccine controversy
The European Scrutiny Committee examines the UK’s new relationship with the EU
08 February 2021
Early effects of post-Brexit trade, borders and customs to be considered by Welsh Affairs Committee
The Welsh Affairs Committee questions industry representatives
26 January 2021
Effeithiau cynnar masnach, ffiniau a thollau yn sgil Brexit yn cael eu hystyried gan y Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig
Mae Pwyllgor Materion Cymru yn cwestiynu cynrychiolwyr o wahanol ddiwydiannau
26 January 2021
Academics and experts questioned on digital trade and data
The International Trade Committee examines the domestic and international law relevant to digital trade and the international movement of data
26 January 2021
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Committee reports on EU Climate Policy, Fisheries Discards and Northern Ireland Protocol
The European Scrutiny Committee publishes documents considered by the Committee on 20 January 2021
26 January 2021
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Parliament must continue to scrutinise UK-EU relationship, says final committee report
Committee on the Future Relationship with the European Union says Parliament needs to ensure effective future scrutiny of the UK-EU relationship
21 January 2021
Committee calls for evidence for two inquiries
The Home Affairs Committee publishes two calls for evidence for Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 and post-transition management of the border inquiries
19 January 2021
NI Secretary quizzed on Brexit impact on NI-GB trade and security
Brandon Lewis questioned by the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee on the implications of Brexit
15 January 2021
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