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Lord Trefgarne: ...—an unusually heavy workload. But this was anticipated, and arrangements were put in place to ensure that our capacity could meet the demand. In July 2018, as a result of the expected 800 or so Brexit instruments—a figure later revised downwards—and the extension of our remit to include the withdrawal Act sifting function, my committee was given the power to appoint sub-committees...
Lord Trefgarne: My Lords, does my noble friend anticipate any difference to the defence procurement rules following Brexit?
Lord Trefgarne: My Lords, will my noble friend and Her Majesty’s Government take particular care in drafting the necessary secondary legislation for the Brexit process, while having particular regard to the Welsh Assembly, which made some complaints on this?
Lord Trefgarne: My Lords, can my noble friend confirm the broad outline of the subsidy arrangements which will apply to the British agricultural industry following Brexit and the ending of EU subsidies?
Lord Trefgarne: My Lords, I add my condolences to those who were tragically killed in the accident yesterday and the previous one. Can my noble friend confirm that, following Brexit, the United Kingdom’s Civil Aviation Authority will stand ready to do whatever is necessary once EASA lays down that role?
Lord Trefgarne: My Lords, what will happen to the operational regulation of civil aviation at Brexit? Will that revert to the Civil Aviation Authority?
Lord Trefgarne: To ask Her Majesty's Government what arrangements, if any, they propose to put in place to enable the free movement of racehorses following Brexit.
Lord Trefgarne: Her Majesty's Government what are their plans for the regulation of UK civil aviation following Brexit.
Lord Trefgarne: My Lords, I shall not detain your Lordships very long or speak about the merits or demerits of Brexit or of any of the amendments before your Lordships this evening. I have the honour to chair your Lordships’ Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee, which looks into the policy of every statutory instrument laid before your Lordships to see whether the rationale for the legislative change...
Lord Trefgarne: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what are their proposals for the regulation of civil aviation following Brexit.
Lord Trefgarne: To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether it is their intention to repatriate to the Civil Aviation Authority the regulation of civil aviation following Brexit.
Lord Trefgarne: To ask Her Majesty’s Government who will be responsible for the regulation of British civil aviation during and after Brexit.