The EU Committee’s work programme
Chapter 2: Parliamentary scrutiny of Brexit
Why is parliamentary scrutiny necessary?
Chapter 3: Overview of the process of withdrawal
Chapter 4: Phase 1—preparation
Agreeing the negotiating guidelines
Notification under Article 50 TEU
Chapter 5: Phase 2—formal negotiations
Negotiations on the framework for future relations
Parliamentary scrutiny of the formal negotiations
Box 1: Provision of information to the European Parliament
Chapter 6: Phase 3—ratification
Parliamentary approval for treaty ratification
Box 2: Constitutional Reform and Governance Act 2010:
provisions on scrutiny of treaties
Withdrawal without an agreement
Chapter 7: Phase 4—implementation
Chapter 8: ‘Parliamentary diplomacy’
Chapter 9: Internal arrangements
Box 3: Proposed terms of reference
Summary of conclusions and recommendations
Appendix 1: List of Members and declaration of interests
Evidence is published online at www.parliament.uk/brexit-parliamentary-scrutiny/ and available for inspection at the Parliamentary Archives (020 7219 3074).
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