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The Assembly and Brexit

Weekly Brexit Bulletin

Welcome to the Brexit Bulletin,  

The Brexit Bulletin containing this week’s Assembly’s Brexit work.

On Monday the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee will hear from universities, the health service and local government, as part of its follow-up work on Brexit preparedness,. The Committee last held an evidence session with these organisations on 20 May 2019. You can watch the session here, and read the transcript here.

Looking at how Wales is preparing for Brexit has been a key aspect of the Committee’s work. You can find the Committee’s previous reports on preparedness here.

Last Friday, the Committee published its latest report, Changes to freedom of movement after Brexit - the implications for Wales. You can find more information on the current immigration system and the proposals for a new system in Senedd Research’s blog article Wales and the end of free movement.

Also on Monday, the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee will consider the latest Statutory Instruments, including two relating to EU exit, on Animal Health and Welfare, and on Rural Affairs.

In Plenary on Tuesday the First Minister will answer questions relating to a UK/US trade deal and the Welsh NHS; and provide an update on the Welsh Government's Brexit position following October’s UK Government and EU agreement.

Remember that you can watch Assembly Committee meetings and Plenary sessions live or on catch up at You can also catch up on Senedd Research’s latest blogs and reports on Brexit by visiting the In Brief website.

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