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The Assembly and Brexit

Weekly Brexit Bulletin

Welcome to the Brexit Bulletin,

Read on for this week’s Brexit-related work at the Assembly.

On Monday, the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee will hold a scrutiny session with the Counsel General and Brexit Minister, Jeremy Miles on the very latest Brexit developments and the upcoming UK-EU future relationship negotiations. The Committee will also consider the latest correspondence received before continuing its consideration of international agreements in private. Also on Monday, the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee will also consider its latest correspondence in relation to Brexit, including on the Joint Ministerial Committee (European Negotiations).

Wednesday’s Plenary includes a Conservative Party debate on the UK’s Departure from the European Union, as well as a Brexit Party debate on Fisheries.

On Friday at 11pm, the UK will leave the European Union. It is expected that the UK will enter a transition period, currently scheduled until 31 December 2020. The Bulletin will continue to monitor the UK-EU future relationship negotiations.

You can watch Assembly Committee meetings and Plenary sessions live or on catch up at You can also catch up on Brexit related reading by visiting Senedd Research’s webpage, In Brief. You can also follow Senedd Research on Twitter by following the handle @SeneddResearch.

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