Evidence to Lords EU Committee

February 8th 2017

On 7th February 2017, our Director, Victoria Winckler, was one of a panel of contributors to the House of Lords EU Committee’s inquiry into Brexit and devolution.

The Bevan Foundation was delighted to have the opportunity to contribute to the House of Lords EU Committee’s inquiry into Brexit and Devolution. Speaking alongside the Federation of Small Businesses Wales, Farmers’ Union of Wales and Unite, Victoria Winckler had the opportunity to set out the Bevan Foundation’s views on the threats and opportunities brought by Brexit.

Earlier in the day the Lords also heard from Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Chancellor, Aberystwyth University and former UK Ambassador to NATO and to the UN, Gerald Holtham, Economist, Andrew RT Davies AM, Conservative Group Leader, Leanne Wood AM, Plaid Cymru Leader, and Neil Hamilton AM, UKIP Wales Leader.

You can read the transcript here or watch the session here.


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