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Trade in goods

Inquiry

The House of Lords European Affairs Committee, chaired by Lord Kinnoull, has launched an inquiry into trade in goods between Great Britain (GB) and the EU. The launch of this inquiry follows the decision on 14 September 2021 by the UK Government to further delay the introduction of new import controls on goods entering GB from the EU, many of which will now not be introduced until 1 July 2022. The inquiry will also examine the overall impact to date of Brexit and the Trade and Co-operation Agreement (TCA) on GB-EU trade in goods in both directions, in the UK’s first year outside the Single Market and Customs Union.

This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Friday 29 October 2021.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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4th Report - One year on—Trade in goods between Great Britain and the European Union
Inquiry Trade in goods
Committees European Affairs Committee
HL Paper 124
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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17 November 2021
Inquiry Trade in goods
Witnesses Michael Ellis (Paymaster General at Cabinet Office)
Committees European Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
9 November 2021
Inquiry Trade in goods
Witnesses Cabinet Office, and HMRC
Committees European Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
2 November 2021
Inquiry Trade in goods
Witnesses British Ports Association, Dr Anna Jerzewska (Founder and Director at Trade and Borders), and Sarah Laouadi (Head of International Policy at Logistics UK)
Committees European Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
TIG0017 - Trade in goods
Witnesses Federation of Small Businesses
Committees European Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
TIG0016 - Trade in goods
Witnesses Food and Drink Federation
Committees European Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
TIG0015 - Trade in goods
Witnesses National Farmers Union
Committees European Affairs Committee
Written Evidence

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