UK's voting record on the adoption of EU laws published
2 June 2020
The European Scrutiny Committee publishes a record of how the UK voted on the adoption of EU laws in the Council of Ministers from 2016-19.
The UK’s voting record was provided by the Government after the Committee sought to improve the way in which the negotiation and adoption of EU law was reported to the House and the general public.
This information is provided in order to aid wider scrutiny of the Government—and its engagement with the EU’s institutions—in the run-up to the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
As per Article 7 of the UK/EU Withdrawal Agreement, during the transition period, the UK is no longer able to attend or vote in the Council.
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