Lords “Brexit co-ordinated inquiries” – Summary

During the week commencing 12 December 2016, the House of Lords EU Committee – Parliament’s largest body responsible for scrutinizing the European Union – published six reports on Brexit. The reports identified key issues across a broad range of policy areas, and made recommendations to the Government on what it should prioritize in Brexit negotiations. This post includes the summaries of, and links to these reports.

In addition, the House of Commons Library has published Brexit reading list: economic, business and transport policy issues which provides information on and/or links to a selection of analysis, comment and statistics on: Trade negotiations, tariffs and custom duties; Domestic economic policy and public expenditure; the EU budget, contributions, grants and loans; Business and industry, state aid and SMEs; Employment, training, pay and the cost of living; Regional economic development and transport; and Issues for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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