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UK Government’s EU Reform Agenda

In July 2015, the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee agreed to undertake work exploring the UK Government’s EU Reform agenda. The terms of reference are to:

  • Understand the detail of the UK Government’s EU reform agenda, including the possible impact on devolved competencies in Wales.
  • Understand the process by which the UK Government is undertaking its EU reform discussions and how it is, and will be, involving the Devolved Administrations and Legislatures in this.
  • Better understand the views of the EU Institutions and other Member States of the UK Government’s EU reform agenda.

The Committee undertook a visit to Brussels in October 2015 as the first stage of this work. During this visit they met with a range of officials and politicians; including officials from the European Commission, European Council and MEPs from Wales, Ireland and the UK.

Following on from this, Committee members gave evidence to the House of Lords EU Select Committee. This can be viewed at: http://parliamentlive.tv/event/index/5f7645e8-26de-4302-9af8-8d8ece7aaff3?in=15:01:15&out=15:55:00

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Business type: Committee Inquiry

Reason considered: Assembly Business;

Status: Complete

First published: 13/01/2016

Decision due: Meeting Date by Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee - Fourth Assembly

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