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Environment and the Level Playing Field

Inquiry

This inquiry explores what is at stake on the environmental and climate level playing field in the UK-EU future relationship negotiations, with a particular focus on the objectives of any level playing field provisions, and how they should be constructed and enforced.

This inquiry is now closed.

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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8 July 2020
Inquiries Access to UK fisheries post-Brexit, Environment and the Level Playing Field, and Agrifood and the Northern Ireland Protocol
Witnesses Emma Bourne (Director of EU Exit, Domestic and Constitutional Affairs at Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs), Mark Thompson (Deputy Director at EU Strategy and Negotiations at Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs), and George Eustice (Secretary of State at Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)
Committees EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee, and EU Environment Sub-Committee
Oral Evidence
LPF0016 - Environment and the Level Playing Field
Witnesses Andrew Harries (Government Affairs Manager, Public Policy and Vehicle Legislation Department at The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders Limited)
Committees EU Environment Sub-Committee
Written Evidence
LPF0015 - Environment and the Level Playing Field
Witnesses Sarah Williams (Head of Greener UK unit at Greener UK)
Committees EU Environment Sub-Committee
Written Evidence
LPF0014 - Environment and the Level Playing Field
Witnesses Begonia Filgueira (co-Chair at The United Kingdom Environmental Law Association)
Committees EU Environment Sub-Committee
Written Evidence