Resilience and preparedness: the Welsh Government’s administrative and financial response to Brexit
- This consultation has completed. It ran from Wednesday, 27 September 2017 to Friday, 3 November 2017
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Response to the consultation
Evidence submitted in response to this Consultation
- RPB01 Welsh NHS Confederation PDF 285 KB View as HTML (1) 87 KB
- RPB02 Wales Co-Operative Centre PDF 229 KB View as HTML (2) 35 KB
- RPB03 FSB Wales PDF 124 KB View as HTML (3) 14 KB
- RPB04 Pembrokeshire County Council PDF 84 KB View as HTML (4) 42 KB
- RPB05 Universities Wales PDF 115 KB View as HTML (5) 74 KB
- RPB06 Welsh Language Commissioner PDF 89 KB View as HTML (6) 24 KB
- RPB07 Cytûn: Churches Together in Wales PDF 74 KB View as HTML (7) 22 KB
- RPB08 Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Wales PDF 100 KB View as HTML (8) 46 KB
- RPB09 The National Trust PDF 96 KB View as HTML (9) 56 KB
- RPB10 Wales Council for Voluntary Action PDF 242 KB View as HTML (10) 35 KB
- RPB11 Welsh Local Government Association PDF 126 KB View as HTML (11) 46 KB
- RPB12 Caerphilly County Borough Council PDF 59 KB View as HTML (12) 25 KB
- RPB13 Farmers' Union of Wales PDF 251 KB View as HTML (13) 98 KB
Purpose of the consultation
The External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee agreed to look at how the public sector and businesses in Wales are preparing for Brexit.
Terms of reference
The purpose of the inquiry was to examine:
- the Welsh Government’s internal administrative and financial response to Brexit; and
- how the Welsh Government is supporting public services, higher education, third sector and economic sectors to prepare for exiting the European Union.
To inform the inquiry, the Committee issued a call for evidence. In addition to the terms of reference, respondents were invited to consider the following questions:
- What are the main issues facing your sector as a result of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, and how should the Welsh Government respond to these?
- What advice, support, or assistance have you received from the Welsh Government to date in preparation for Brexit?
- What financial considerations have arisen as a result of UK’s withdrawal from the European Union and what should be done to prepare for these?
- What advice or support would you like to see from the Welsh Government that will help you and your sector to prepare for Brexit?
The deadline for submissions was Friday, 3 November 2017.
Should you wish to speak to someone regarding this consultation, please use the below contact details:
External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee
Telephone: 0300 200 6565