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Brexit and trade: implications for Wales

Inquiry

The Welsh Affairs Committee has launched an inquiry that will look into the implications of the UK-EU trade negotiations for Wales.

Having paused this inquiry in April, to focus on COVID-19, the Committee has resumed this inquiry, written evidence submissions will be accepted until the autumn and oral evidence sessions will take place once the House returns from the Summer recess.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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5th Report: Brexit and trade: implications for Wales
Inquiry Brexit and trade: implications for Wales
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
HC 176
Report
Response to this report
Fifth Special Report: Brexit and trade: implications for Wales: Government response to the Committee’s Fifth Report of Session 2019–21
HC 1223
Special Report
5ed adroddiad: Crynodeb
Inquiry Brexit and trade: implications for Wales
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
HC 176
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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19 November 2020
Inquiry Brexit and trade: implications for Wales
Witnesses Welsh Government
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
5 November 2020
Inquiry Brexit and trade: implications for Wales
Witnesses Rt Hon Greg Hands MP (Minister of State at Department of International Trade), and Rt Hon Simon Hart MP (Secretary of State for Wales at Office of the Secretary of State for Wales)
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
8 October 2020
Inquiry Brexit and trade: implications for Wales
Witnesses Professor Peter Wells (Director of the Centre for Automotive Industry Research at Cardiff Business School), Dr Richard Greville (Director ABPI Wales Cymru & Distribution Supply Chain at Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry), and Dr Kathryn Ringwald Wildman, Steel industry analyst
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
BAT0017 - Brexit and trade: implications for Wales
Witnesses Logistics UK
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
BAT0016 - Brexit and trade: implications for Wales
Witnesses Welsh Government
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
BAT0015 - Brexit and trade: implications for Wales
Witnesses British Standards Institution
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence

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  • Email: welshcom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 020 7219 0316 (general enquiries)/020 7219 1034 (media enquiries)
  • Address: Welsh Affairs Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA