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Commons Briefing Paper: Brexit & Brussels IIa

Considers the effect of Brexit on the UK in terms of the Brussels IIa regulation concerning cross-border child contact cases, and international child abduction within the EU.

  • The House of Commons Library has issued a briefing paper helpfully setting out the position and problems posed by Government's decision to opt-in to a 'recast' Brussels regulation on 17 October 2016 notwithstanding the referendum result.

    It also looks at the possible avenues for handling arrangements after Brexit.

    Download the relevant papers using the links below

Published: 11/11/2016


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