- The Committee published its
report (PDF, 4MB): Changes to freedom of movement after Brexit
– implications for Wales, on 8 November 2019.
- The Committee last met on Monday 18
November. The meeting can be seen on
- On 4 November 2019 the Committee heard
on how stakeholders from the ports and transport, and food and
farming sectors have been preparing for Brexit.
- On 31 October 2019 the Chair
wrote (PDF, 164KB) to Lord Kinnoull, Chair of the European
Union Committee at the House of Lords regarding the UK/Korea: Free
- The Committee held a
focus group (PDF, 108KB) on
30 September 2019 with EU nationals and partner organisations
to gain an understanding of their lived experience.
- On 27 September 2019 the Chair received
correspondence (PDF, 536KB) from the Auditor General for Wales,
providing an update to his ‘Preparations in Wales for a
‘no deal’ Brexit’
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Committee was established on 28 June 2016. On 15 September 2016 its remit was
(a) to examine the implications for Wales of
the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union and to
ensure Welsh interests are safeguarded during the withdrawal
process, in any new relationship with the European Union and in the
intra-UK post-withdrawal arrangements for relevant policy, finance
(b) to coordinate activity across Assembly
committees in relation to point (a) above.
(c) to carry out the functions of the
responsible committee under Standing Orders 21.8 to 21.11, with a
consequential change to the remit of the Constitutional and
Legislative Affairs Committee;
(d) to consider any other matter, including
legislation, referred to it by the Business Committee.