Soon after the UK's referendum, the States of Deliberation considered its first policy letter to give clear direction on Guernsey's response. Since then, there have been a number of further States debates and decisions taken to ensure the island is as well prepared as it can be for the UK's withdrawal from the EU and for the UK-EU future relationship.
On this page you'll find various documents relating to the parliamentary process which the States of Guernsey has been through since the 2016 UK referendum. This includes policy letters, the Bailiwick's 'Brexit Law' and political statements given to provide regular updates on progress.
- A Policy Letter entitled 'The Bailiwick's Participation in the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement' was published in December 2020. It refers to multiple relevant Policy Letters, reports and letters and can be found here.
The 'Brexit Law'
- The 3 main pieces of Brexit legislation and the various regulations that have been made under them can be found at Guernsey legal resources.
UK Government correspondence
- Letters between Deputy Gavin St Pier and the UK Prime Minister February-March 2017 [334kb]
- Letters between Deputy Gavin St Pier and the UK Prime Minister September-October 2018 [311kb]
- Letters between Deputy Gavin St Pier and the UK Prime Minister April-May 2019 [307kb]
- Letter to The Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP - UK Prime Minister [4Mb]
- 2019.09.13 Letter from Prime Minister to Deputy St Pier on relationship with Bailiwick [2Mb]
- Letter to the Rt Hon Boris Johnson from Chief Minister of Guernsey [2Mb]
- Letter from Lord Chancellor to Chief Minister December 2020 [145kb]