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Brexit in Wales

In a UK referendum on 23 June 2016, 51.9% of voters chose for the United Kingdom to end its membership of the European Union ('Brexit').  On 29 March 2017, the UK Government invoked Article 5​0 of the Treaty on the European Union. ​Since the referendum, the Assembly has been holding​ a range of public debates and committee inquiries to look at the implications and implementation of these decisions in Wales.

Latest Updates

The latest news, analysis and commentary.

 
Research briefings

Read our latest briefings on the process of withdrawal from the EU as it unfolds.

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Blogs

Get the latest Brexit articles and analysis from our Research Service.

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Committee Inquiries

Understanding and exploring the different ways Brexit may impact Wales. 

 
Brexit and its impact on Welsh Ports

Exploring the economic impact that additional post-Brexit border controls and customs checks will have on our sea ports.

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The EU Withdrawal Bill and Wales

In response to the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, we are considering the implications of the Bill for Wales.

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The impact of leaving the EU on Wales

The European and External Affairs Committee have explored the possible effect on Wales, as Britain prepares to leave the EU.  

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Monitoring negotiations

The European and External Affairs Committee will be monitoring negotiations between the UK and EU, identifying areas of relevance to Wales.

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Brexit and Devolution

The Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee are exploring the possible implications of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill on Welsh devolution.

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Your National Assembly for Wales

Discover how you are represented and how you can influence law making in Wales.

 
Your opinions count

We are your Assembly and we're here to represent you. Find out how you can shape our work.

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Shaping Welsh life

Assembly Members discuss, debate and make laws that shape life in Wales. Find out which areas of Welsh life we have the powers to change.

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Representing You

You are represented by five Assembly Members. Chosen by you and responsible for things that affect your life.

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