Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee
UK-EU Parliamentary Partnership Assembly
The UK-EU Parliamentary Partnership Assembly (PPA) was set up by the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) to help monitor the implementation of the TCA.
The Committee and its counterparts in Wales and Northern Ireland, have been corresponding with the Sir Oliver Heald MP and Lord Kinnoull in the UK Parliament about the PPA. You can find these letters below.
In advance of the Convener and Deputy Convener's attendance at the EU-UK Parliamentary Partnership Assembly (PPA), in Brussels, 11-12th May 2022, the Scottish Government forwarded the following background briefing:
Scottish Government Background Briefing on EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement and Northern Ireland Protocol (107KB, pdf) posted 11 May 2022
The Committee published a note of the first PPA meeting, which summarises what was discussed in the meeting.
Note of the First Meeting of the Parliamentary Partnership Assembly (PPA) (152.5KB, pdf) posted 01 September 2022
Parliamentary Partnership Assembly Meeting AgendaLetter from the Convener to Sir Oliver Heald on Parliamentary Partnership Assembly (PPA), 10 May 2022
Presiding Officers Response to Sir Oliver Heald on UK EU PPA meetingPresiding Officers Response to the Letter from Rt Hon Sir Oliver Heald QC MP on UK EU Parliamentary Partnership Assembly, 29 April 2022
Letter from Sir Oliver Heald to Presiding Officer on UK EU PPA MeetingLetter from Rt Hon Sir Oliver Heald QC MP to the Presiding Officer on UK-EU Parliamentary Partnership Assembly meeting, 8 April 2022
Parliamentary Partnership AssemblyJoint response from Sir Oliver Heald and Lord Kinnoull to the Convener, 21 September 2021
Joint letter to Lord KinnoullJoint letter for Lord Kinnoull from the Convener/Chairs of the Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee, Scottish Parliament, the Committee for the Executive Office, Northern Ireland and the Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee, Welsh Senedd , 25 August 2021
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