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Nuclear Safeguards BillAssesses the extent to which the provisions of the Nuclear Safeguards Bill delegate legislative power
Overseas electricity interconnectionDiscusses the benefits of interconnection between electricity markets, proposals for future increases and potential impact of Brexit
Nuclear Safeguards Bill: briefing for Lords stagesOverview of the purpose of the Nuclear Safeguards Bill and its passage through the House of Commons
European Atomic Energy CommunityReport calls on the Government to explain how it will ensure there is a secure supply of medical radioisotopes used to detect cancer
The Nuclear Safeguards Bill 2017–19 (updated 22 February 2018)Discusses the background and content of the Bill, which makes provision for nuclear safeguards after the UK leaves Euratom
Leaving the EU: implications for the civil nuclear sectorReport calls on the Government to retain a close association with Euratom to minimise risk of disruption to nuclear research and trade
Euratom (updated 21 December 2017)Overview of the work of Euratom and the potential impact of leaving the EU on Britain's current nuclear operations
Negotiation priorities for energy and climate change policyReport warns that the Government has left the UK nuclear industry at risk and must act to ensure its continued operation post-Brexit
Leaving the European Union: EuratomOverview of Euratom and the possible implications of leaving Euratom for the future of the nuclear industry and research in the UK
Brexit and the environment (updated 19 January 2018)Discusses current environmental law and policy, preparations for Brexit and the possibility of a tailored approach to the environment
The future of chemicals regulation after the EU referendumCommittee inquiry on the future of chemicals regulation and the section on chemicals in the Delegated Powers Memorandum
Leaving the European Union: UK climate change policyOverview of European legislation on climate change, its implementation in the UK and the implications of Brexit on targets in UK law
The future of chemicals regulation after the EU referendumReport urges the Government to provide clarity on the future of chemicals regulation after the EU referendum
Brexit: environment and climate changeHighlights key actions that will be needed to ensure environmental protections are not eroded as a result of Brexit
The future of the natural environment after the EU referendumReport suggests that protections for wildlife and habitats could be weaker after Brexit if the Government doesn't take action
Leaving the EU: environment and climate changeOverview of a selection of EU legislation relating to the environment and climate change, and how it has been implemented in the UK
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