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Brexit Update

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The Research Service publishes a fortnightly Brexit update, for the Assembly’s External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee, on the latest government, parliament, EU and other relevant announcements and reports on Brexit. Read our latest update here (PDF, 2MB)

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Appointing the new Counsel General

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On 3 November the First Minister reshuffled the Cabinet and named Jeremy Miles AM as Counsel General designate. On 14 November, in Plenary, the Assembly will vote on whether to approve the nomination so that the First Minister can recommend to the Queen that the appointment be made.

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Negotiations on the UK’s Withdrawal from the EU: Monitoring Report- 18 October 2017

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The Research Service publishes regular negotiation monitoring reports for the Assembly’s External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee, on the latest position papers, announcements and developments in Brexit negotiations of importance to Wales. Read our latest update here .

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Brexit Negotiations Monitoring Report

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The Research Service publishes regular negotiation monitoring reports for the Assembly’s External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee, on the latest position papers, announcements and developments in Brexit negotiations of importance to Wales . Read our latest update here .

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Estimating the timeline for Brexit Legislation

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In April 2017 the Research Service published its first Brexit timeline which sought to set out how the key events in negotiations on the UK’s exit from the EU, domestic preparations for the UK’s withdrawal and key constitutional events in the Assembly and Wales may interlink over the next 24 months. In publishing that first timeline we committed to update and develop the timeline as the negotiations progressed. Below is the second iteration of the timeline. It is based on the best public information available at this time and is likely to be subject to further refinements and amendments as negotiations progress over the coming weeks and months.

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Brexit Update

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The Research Service publishes a fortnightly Brexit update, for the Assembly’s External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee, on the latest government, parliament, EU and other relevant announcements and reports on Brexit. Read our latest update here (165KB)

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What does the EU Withdrawal Bill mean for devolution? A visual guide.

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On 13 July 2017 the UK Government introduced the EU (Withdrawal) Bill into the House of Commons. One of the elements of the Bill that has caused greatest debate since its publication is the impact the Bill will have on the devolved settlements. Differences have emerged in the views as to where powers over areas such as agriculture and fisheries should ‘return’ to after the UK exits the EU. The First Ministers’ of Wales and Scotland have described the Bill as a ‘naked power-grab’ whilst the UK Government has outlined their view that the Bill maintains ‘the​ ​current​ ​decision making​ ​powers​ ​of​ ​the​ ​devolved​ ​institutions’.

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