Unlike the other UK devolved nations, Wales voted on 23 June 2016 to leave the European Union, and has a Government all but one of whose members come from UK-wide political parties
If you cast your mind back to when the EU Withdrawal Bill (now Act) was being debated in Parliament, one of the most contentious issues was whether MPs would get a ‘meaningful vote’
It’s worth keeping an eye on select committees in both the House of Commons and the House of Lords and what they are doing to scrutinise Brexit.
In this explainer, we take a look at what’s next on the legislative timetable and the Brexit bills that the Government has promised to introduce to Parliament.
Leaving the European Union requires significant changes to our laws- 40 years of membership of the European Union has inevitably affected many of areas of UK law
Tomorrow the Brexit Civil Society Alliance will be speaking at the Institute for Government seminar on “Negotiating the next phase of Brexit”. This is timely given the six-month extension for Brexit and the opportunity now for a period of reflection on how the government has fared so far.
Last week, the Brexit Civil Society Alliance, NPC and Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales brought together leading organisations from the third sector to try and map out the role and mission for the social and wider voluntary sector through (and beyond) Brexit.
For the last 18 months the Brexit Civil Society Alliance has travelled the UK listening to concerns from local groups and voluntary organisations about the impacts on their organisations as we face leaving the EU.