Brexit work

Please see below a list of my recent work on Brexit and a collection of interesting or useful resources:

The entry for Brexit — the term most often used to describe the U.K.’s exit from the bloc — contains four sub-definitions in the briefing document, which was published by the House of Commons library on Monday.

Britain is £490bn poorer than thought, reveals ONS

Assembly Directive on EU citizens

Brexit transition deal needed by Christmas, says bank official

Brexit question to the Mayor

GLA Brexit Survey

Government Calls In Experts To Examine EU Migrants’ Role In UK

Japan’s Brexit note to Britain

An open letter to David Davis MP

Written Question:

Institution of Civil Engineers’ Brexit Infrastructure Group

Question No: 2017/2464

Andrew Dismore

Following the triggering of Article 50 the Institution of Civil Engineers’ Brexit Infrastructure Group published a three point plan calling on the Government to:

  1. Consolidate the UK’s status as an attractive location for infrastructure investment;
  2. Avoid a self-inflicted skills crisis;
  3. Use the Industrial Strategy to exploit the UK’s emerging status as a global leader in infrastructure innovation and technology.

The three point plan can be read here.<https://www.ice.org.uk/getattachment/media-and-policy/policy/securing-benefits-of-infrastructure-post-brexit/securing-the-benefits-of-infrastructure-in-a-post-brexit-world.pdf.aspx>

How can the Mayor support the recommendations of the plan?

Written response from the Mayor

I reiterate my call that government devolve a range of fiscal powers to London to enable me to unlock investment opportunities for infrastructure.

 

I have established a taskforce called Skills for Londoners to develop a skills strategy for London that will seek to address emerging challenges; however I believe that London’s skills challenge can immediately be reduced if government guaranteed the status of EU citizens living in London, providing certainty for a range of people and businesses.

 

I recently submitted a response to the government’s Industrial Strategy which acknowledged the importance of London’s advanced urban services sector.

 

The GLA’s work on infrastructure has recognised the importance of technology, ingenuity and innovation, displayed in projects like the construction of the Elizabeth Line.

My Speech to Labour Friends of Cyprus

Letter for Publication: Brexit rebuttal

EU Brexit directives: what they said and what they meant

Speech by Michel Barnier at the press conference on the adoption of the Commission’s recommendation on draft negotiating directives

Article 50 column in Ham and High

What the EU27 wants from Brexit

Brexit article by Keir Starmer MP

The British jobs Brexit makes hard to fill- Observer report

Dismore questions Mayor on Brexit challenges for London; demonstrates the Government’s budget economic predictions are based on high levels of immigration

UCL Brexit Briefing

Brexit Briefing: It’s not just Article 50, it’s Article 218, too

Britain’s future trade relationships

The whole Spring Budget is based on immigration remaining high after Brexit

Mayor’s Brexit response

Analysis of migration and the impact on London’s economy

Dismore Seeks Respect For The Rights Of EU Nationals

EU migration report

Action needed to help London’s low paid post-Brexit

Dismore raises Brexit in Assembly Budget meeting

Brexit Briefing: EU Migration

Brexit briefing:  Single market access, customs union or free trade agreement:  What is the difference?

Brexit Briefing: high tech, life sciences and pharmaceuticals

My speech on MedCity

20 reasons Brexit will be even tricker than we thought

Dismore raises MedCity and Life Sciences post Brexit future

December monthly update

Brexit briefing on life sciences

Brexit briefing on tourism

Letter for publication on Autumn statement and Brexit

London Assembly work timetable on Brexit

MQT Brexit answers

EU exit and financial services briefing

Dismore raises the need for post-Brexit “London visa”

Brexit and the London Labour Market

Brexit regional visas reports

Dismore speaks on impact of Brexit on London Labour market

Letter to editors on Brexit and Parliament

Security and resilience implications of Brexit

November monthly update

October written answers

Congress of Europe report

Dismore questions Deputy Mayor for Business over Brexit

Impact of Brexit on SMEs

Brexit briefing

October monthly update

October written questions

EU survey

July written answers

July monthly update

Dismore proposes Special Economic Zone for London

Letter for publication on UKIP and Brexit

July Brexit update

Dismore challenges Mayor and Police Commissioner over shocking rise in race hate crime post Brexit Referendum

Dismore speaks out on referendum outcome

My thoughts on the outcome of the EU referendum

June monthly update

Boris Johnson vs Boris Johnson

The EU and air quality

Boris Johnson not playing a straight bat

Churchill and the EU

Why voting remain is vital for out NHS

My speech backing remain case

My article for the Suburb Circular

Assembly calls for management of EU referendum to be taken away from ‘Bunging Barnet’

Letter to editors on EU and London Elections

video of my speech on the EU referendum

 

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