Reform of the Dublin Regulation inquiry terminated
1 July 2016
The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee has decided to end its inquiry into the Reform of the Dublin Regulation following the result of the referendum on UK membership of the EU.
In May 2016 the EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee decided to undertake a short inquiry to consider whether the United Kingdom should opt into the Commission's proposal to reform the Dublin Regulation, which sets out the rules for determining which Member State is responsible for deciding on any asylum application made in the EU.
Following the result of the referendum on UK membership of the EU, the Sub-Committee has decided to terminate its inquiry. The evidence collected may be used in future work on related matters.