The Northern Ireland Assembly has compiled a range of information on the subject of Northern Ireland and UK's EU withdrawal. It can be accessed via the following link:
UK Parliament is made up of the House of Commons and House of Lords. It is responsible for making laws, deciding taxes and scrutinising the UK Government. Research and analysis from Parliament's libraries and committees on how leaving the EU will affect different policy areas in the UK can be accessed via the following link:
UK Government information about EU Exit including the article 50 process, negotiations, and announcements about policy changes as a result of EU Exit can be accessed via the following link:
Department for Exiting the European Union
Following the referendum vote, the Prime Minister, Theresa May, established a new UK government Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU) in July 2016. You can find out more about what the Department for Exiting the European Union does via the following link
Information regarding the Scottish Government’s response to the UK leaving the EU can be found via the following link:
The Scottish Parliament is the devolved legislature for Scotland. It is responsible for making laws on transferred matters, for scrutinising the work of Ministers and holding the Scottish Government to account. The Scottish Parliament has been examining the implications of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union for Scotland and published information can be accessed via the following link:
Information regarding the Welsh Government’s response to the UK leaving the EU can be found via the following link:
The National Assembly for Wales is the devolved legislature for Wales. It is responsible for making laws on transferred matters, for scrutinising the work of Ministers and holding the Welsh Government to account. The Welsh Assembly has been examining the implications of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union for Wales and published information can be accessed via the following link:
The official website of the European Union that provides information on living, working and travelling in the EU.
The European Parliament is the directly elected parliamentary institution of the European Union. Together with the Council of the European Union and the European Commission, it exercises the legislative function of the EU. More information can be found via the following link:
The European Commission is an institution of the European Union, responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the EU treaties and managing the day-to-day business of the EU. Information on the work of the European Commission, the Article 50 negotiation process and principles for the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union can be found via the following link:
The European Council brings together EU leaders to set the EU's political agenda. It represents the highest level of political cooperation between EU countries and it usually meets 4 times a year. More information can be found via the following link:
UK Technical Notices
On 18 July 2018 the Prime Minister announced that a series of technical notices would be published by the UK Government to set out information to help individuals and businesses understand what they would need to do in a ‘no deal’ scenario, so they can make informed plans and preparations.
Technical Notices can be viewed on the GOV.UK website via the link below:
EU Preparedness Notices
The European Commission has issued a wide range of Brexit Preparedness Notices to stakeholders across a range of different sectors. These notices set out the consequences of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union without a formal, ratified agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
EU Preparedness Notices can be viewed on the European Commission website via the link below:
Migration Advisory Committee
The Migration Advisory Committee is an independent, non-statutory, non-time limited, non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Home Office that advises the government on migration issues.
The Migration Advisory Committee recently published a report on European Economic Area (EEA) migration and recommendations for the UK’s post-EU Exit work immigration system, after the implementation period. It can be viewed via the following link: