- On Monday 18 September, the Committee will be holding a joint stakeholder event with the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee on the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill.
- The Committee’s report on the implications of Brexit for Welsh ports was published on 4 August 2017. Read the full report (PDF 2MB).
- The Committee launched a joint consultation with the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee into the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill. The consultation closed on 4 September 2017.
- The Committee met on 17 July, when it heard from the Estonian Ambassador about his country’s priorities during its presidency of the EU.
- The Committee met on Monday, 10 July, to question the First Minister on the preparations being made by the Welsh Government for Brexit and the way in which it will input to the process.
- The Committee met on 3 July to take evidence from the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure as part of its inquiry into the implications of Brexit for Welsh ports.
- On 26-27 June, the Committee undertook a visit to Brussels to speak to stakeholders and counterparts about the implications of the UK leaving the EU.
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The Committee was established on 28 June 2016. On 15 September 2016 its remit was agreed as:
(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 and legislation;
(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.