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Brexit in Wales

As Wales prepares to leave the European Union, the National Assembly has an important role to play in asking questions about changes that will affect the lives of the people of Wales.  These pages include information on what the Assembly’s committees are doing to scrutinise these changes, as well as publications that aim to answer the question: ‘How will Brexit affect Wales?’

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About us 

The National Assembly for Wales is the democratically elected body that represents the interests of Wales and its people, makes laws for Wales, agrees Welsh taxes and holds the Welsh Government to account.​ Find out more.

Shaping life in Wales

Our Members discuss, debate and make laws that shape life in Wales. We have powers to change a number of areas of Welsh life including education, health and the environment.​​ Find out more.​​

Representing you

You are represented by five Assembly Members. Chosen by you and responsible for things that affect your life. 

Find out who your Assembly Members are.


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