The House of Commons’ Treasury Committee has launched a new inquiry into the UK’s economic relationship with the EU. The inquiry will consider, among other things, transitional arrangements, preparedness for ‘no deal’, and long-term economic relationship.

The first evidence session of the inquiry will take place on 25 October with Sir Ivan Rogers (former Permanent Representative of the UK to the EU), Professor Sir Alan Dashwood QC (Barrister and former Director, Council of the EU legal service), and Professor Catherine Barnard (Professor of EU law).

View UK’s economic relationship with the EU inquiry launched, 20 October 2017