External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee – Implications for Wales of Britain exiting the European Union

The External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee  has issued a call for evidence as part of its work on the implications for Wales of Britain exiting the European Union.

In particular, the Committee would welcome views on the following questions:

  • What should be the top priority for Wales in advance of the UK Government triggering Article 50 (which starts the formal process of exiting the EU)?
  • Can you provide examples of where the UK’s proposed approach to transferring the acquis communautaire (the body of European law), through the proposed Great Repeal Bill, into domestic law might have particular implications for Wales?

Information on the call for evidence including how to submit written evidence is available on the Committee’s website:

http://www.senedd.assembly.wales/mgConsultationDisplay.aspx?id=231&RPID=886050&cp=yes

We ask that any responses be provided by 28 November 2016

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Published 3. November 2016 in News UK