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The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill and its implications for Wales.
- This consultation has completed. It ran from Monday, 24 July 2017 to Monday, 4 September 2017
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Response to the consultation
Evidence submitted in response to this Consultation
- EUWB 01 Professor John Bell, University of Cambridge PDF 132 KB View as HTML (1) 15 KB
- EUWB 02 Michael Keating, University of Aberdeen PDF 184 KB View as HTML (2) 43 KB
- EUWB 03 Salvo and Gwyneth Spadaro-Dutturi PDF 37 KB View as HTML (3) 3 KB
- EUWB 04 D. Eifion Thomas PDF 40 KB View as HTML (4) 4 KB
- EUWB 05 Simon Hoffman PDF 322 KB View as HTML (5) 31 KB
- EUWB 06 Darren Owen PDF 44 KB View as HTML (6) 6 KB
- EUWB 07 Cytûn PDF 175 KB View as HTML (7) 41 KB
- EUWB 08 Wales Environment Link PDF 69 KB
- EUWB 09 Institute of Welsh Affairs PDF 197 KB
- EUWB 10 The Learned Society of Wales PDF 276 KB View as HTML (10) 66 KB
- EUWB 11 The Brexit and Environment Network PDF 191 KB View as HTML (11) 42 KB
- EUWB 12 RSPB PDF 64 KB View as HTML (12) 23 KB
- EUWB 13 ACE Wales, CECA Wales, Constructing Excellence in Wales and ICE Wales Cymru PDF 242 KB View as HTML (13) 31 KB
- EUWB 14 Chartered Institute for Archaeologists PDF 178 KB View as HTML (14) 16 KB
- EUWB 15 Universities Wales PDF 537 KB
- EUWB 16 Children in Wales PDF 85 KB View as HTML (16) 37 KB
- EUWB 17 The Royal College of Nursing Wales PDF 293 KB
- EUWB 18 Royal Town Planning Institute Cymru PDF 212 KB
- EUWB 19 Professor Nicola McEwen PDF 179 KB View as HTML (19) 26 KB
- EUWB 20 Wales Council for Voluntary Action PDF 262 KB
- EUWB 21 BMA Cymru Wales PDF 2 MB
- EUWB 22 NFU Cymru PDF 294 KB
- EUWB 23 Equality and Human Rights Commission PDF 244 KB View as HTML (23) 61 KB
Purpose of the consultation
This was a joint consultation that fed into the work of both the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee and the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee. The Committees agreed to work together to consider the implications of this Bill for Wales before producing separate outputs.
Both Committees welcomed views on:
- the treatment of devolution;
- the delegation of powers and their control; and
- the scrutiny processes and the role of the devolved legislatures.
The deadline for submissions was 10.00 Monday, 4 September 2017.
Should you wish to speak to someone regarding this consultation, please use the below contact details:
National Assembly for Wales
Telephone: 0300 200 6565