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  • HoC Foreign Affairs Committee: Equipping the Government for Brexit

    20/12/2016
    The Government has published a response to the Committee’s July 2016 report.
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  • BoE: Speech by Ian McCafferty: The UK economy: where now?

    20/12/2016
    This speech, given on 20 December 2016, discusses what is described as MPC’s emerging understanding of the impact of the EU... Referendum on the economic outlook.
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  • HoC/HoL Joint Committee on Human Rights: The human rights implications of Brexit

    20/12/2016
    The Joint Committee’s report includes a discussion on the Great Repeal Bill.
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  • HoL EU Committee: Brexit for the Crown Dependencies – Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man

    16/12/2016
    The inquiry will consider: reaction in the Crown Dependencies to the EU Referendum; the Crown Dependencies' existing and future relationships with... the EU and the structures for communicating the Islands' concerns and priorities to the UK Government during exit negotiations. A first evidence session will be held on 20 December 2016.
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  • European Parliament: Brexit negotiations

    15/12/2016
    This press release notes a letter from President Martin Schulz to President Donald Tusk, expressing concern that draft conclusions of the... 27 Heads of State or Government relegate Parliament “to a secondary position in the Brexit negotiation process”, suggesting that if the European Parliament’s “secondary role” were to be confirmed, it cannot exclude deciding to “draw up its own detailed arrangements governing its interaction” with Michel Barnier and the UK government.
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  • HoL EU Committee: Brexit: financial services

    15/12/2016
    The report highlights the importance of agreeing a transitional period for financial services. It describes third-country equivalence provisions as “patchy,... unreliable and vulnerable to political influence” and not a substitute for passporting arrangements. It also suggests that the UK financial services sector may not be easily replicated elsewhere in the EU, arguing that “pain caused to the UK's financial sector will not be the EU's gain, but New York’s. "We are in danger of a lose-lose scenario if pragmatism does not prevail". The report also asserts that “some firms do not themselves appear to be aware of their reliance on current passporting arrangements. It would be in the interest of the firms themselves, as well as in the national interest, if they were to work with the Government and regulators to determine the true extent of such reliance”. A volume of oral and written evidence has also been published (third link below).
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  • HoC: Brexit and data protection

    15/12/2016
    This HoC library briefing paper considers the current reform of EU data protection law (including the General Data Protection Regulation), interaction... with UK law, and potential consequences of Brexit.
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  • HoL EU Committee:: Brexit: acquired rights

    14/12/2016
    The HoL report recommends that the Government should give a unilateral guarantee now that it will safeguard the EU citizenship rights... of all EU nationals in the UK post-Brexit, stating: “if certain EU rights are to be safeguarded on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, they should be safeguarded in the withdrawal agreement itself. The agreement will be binding under international law, and will be given effect, and enforced, in the national legal systems of the UK and the EU Member States. This would be the most certain way of providing effective legal protection. It would also be the most effective way of reducing the level of litigation that would undoubtedly follow a Brexit where these rights were not safeguarded”.
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