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Consultation outcome: Consultation on engagement with business and civil society groups

Cabinet Office

October 19
10:34 2021

Detail of outcome

The consultation ran for seven weeks from 9 August 2021 to 21 September 2021 and received 66 responses from a variety of stakeholders (businesses, charities and NGOs) representing all four nations of the UK.

The key themes emerging from the responses were:

  • The frequency of DAG meetings, including the use of virtual meetings and other online tools, and the topics of discussion, whether thematic or issue-focused.

  • Transparency around the TCA engagement structures including the publication of membership lists, minutes and papers produced.

  • The importance of the membership of both fora to have relevant expertise, technical knowledge and representation from all four nations of the UK.

Original consultation

Summary

Consultation on Government engagement with business and civil society groups on implementation of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement.

This consultation ran from
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Consultation description

The purpose of this consultation is to seek views on how the Government should engage with business and civil society groups on implementation of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) through the Domestic Advisory Group (DAG) and the Civil Society Forum (CSF).

Documents

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