Latest Information on Brexit: EU Committee Publications

March 28, 2017


BCCJ members interested in acquiring up-to-date information on Brexit negotiations and other UK-EU matters can find the latest reports and highlights published on the website of the House of Lords European Union Committee. This is an excellent source of quality factual analysis on Brexit and other policies.

The House of Lords European Union Committee scrutinises the UK Government’s policies and actions in respect to the EU; considers and seeks to influence the development of policies and draft laws proposed by the EU institutions; and more generally represents the House of Lords in its dealings with the EU institutions and other Member States.

In the course of scrutinising EU proposals, the committees engage in detailed correspondence with Ministers. The main objectives are to identify issues of legal or political significance, and to ensure that the Government’s position is clearly and transparently put on the record. All correspondence is published on the committees’ web-pages.

Committee publications include:

  • Reports
  • Oral and written evidence
  • Responses to reports
  • Correspondence
  • Other material related to the work of the Committee

The European Union Committee publications, press notices, details of membership, forthcoming meeting and other information is available at http://www.parliament.uk/hleu

General information about the House of Lords and its Committees is available at
http://www.parliament.uk/business/lords/

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