Following the leave vote in the EU Referendum held on 23 June 2016, the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee was established to examine the implications for Wales of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union.
The External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee will also be holding a series of seminars, as well as a dialogue with stakeholders that will continue throughout the negotiations.
The Research Service of the National Assembly for Wales will be publishing regular Brexit updates as the process of withdrawal unfolds over the coming months and years.
The Brexit update provides an update on the most recent developments on Brexit of relevance to Wales. It includes sections on the work of the Assembly and Welsh Government; EU; UK; and Scotland and Ireland. The most recent edition can be viewed here:
Brexit update – 19 March 2018 (PDF 1MB)
The Brexit monitoring reports provide updates on the UK Government’s exit negotiations with the EU. The report provides a summary of the latest developments, including the latest documents and legislation published. It will also provide an analysis of the key issues of interest to the External Affairs Committee and a summary of the Welsh Government’s response to the latest developments. The most recent monitoring report can be viewed here:
Brexit monitoring report - 8 March 2018 (PDF 392KB)
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First published: 29/09/2016