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Exiting the European Union news from UK Parliament.

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Inquiry on the future UK-EU relations on trade in services launched
The EU Services Sub-Committee today invites written contributions to its new inquiry into the future of UK-EU relations on trade in services.
15 January 2021
Government Response: A brave new Britain? The future of the UK's international policy
Foreign Affairs Committee publishes Government Response to its report on the future of UK's international policy
14 January 2021
Postponed: Scottish Affairs Committee session with Scottish Cabinet Secretary Mike Russell
One-off session on the impact of Brexit on Scotland postponed
14 January 2021
Scottish Cabinet Secretary to give evidence on implications of Brexit for Scotland
Mike Russell will be questioned by the Scottish Affairs Committee on the implications of Brexit and the EU-UK trade deal for Scotland.
12 January 2021
Boris Johnson to face questioning by Select Committee Chairs
The next Liaison Committee hearing with the Prime Minister will take place on the afternoon of 13 January at 3.30pm.
11 January 2021
ASau yn holi Ysgrifennydd Cymru am y broses frechu a pharatoadau porthladdoedd yn sgil Brexit yng Nghymru
Bydd y Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig yn holi Ysgrifennydd Gwladol Cymru, y Gwir Anrh Simon Hart AS a David TC Davies AS.
08 January 2021
MPs to question Welsh Secretary on vaccination rollout and post-Brexit port preparation in Wales
The Welsh Affairs Committee will question the Secretary of State for Wales, the Rt Hon Simon Hart MP and David TC Davies MP, the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Wales.
08 January 2021
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Lords debates UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement
Members debate the agreement setting out the future relationship on Friday 8 January
08 January 2021
Committee examines Trade and Cooperation Agreement
The Committee on the Future Relationship with the European Union returns with an evidence session examining the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
05 January 2021
Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol examined with representatives of key industries
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee take stock of Northern Ireland Protocol impact on business
05 January 2021
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House of Lords meets on 30 December
The House considered legislation relating to the UK’s future relationship with the EU and new Coronavirus regulations.
31 December 2020
Announcement of EU/UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement allows no deal to be averted but significant change still imminent, says Committee
In a unanimously agreed report, the cross-party Committee on the Future Relationship with the European Union has published its initial assessment
30 December 2020
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Committee urges post-legislative scrutiny of EU future relationship bill
The Constitution Committee publishes its report on the European Union (Future Relationship) Bill
29 December 2020
Report warns food prices may rise as a result of curbs on workers in the food supply chain
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee publishes the conclusion to its Labour in the Food Supply Chain inquiry
22 December 2020
Committee reports on EU state aid rules and future cross-border police co-operation
The European Scrutiny Committee publishes documents considered by the Committee on 16 December 2020
18 December 2020
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