This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'Statutory Instruments adopted under the European Communities Act 1972'.

Freedom of Information Team 
Correspondence Unit 
9 Downing Street 
Via: ​ 
Our ref: DEX001289 
6 July 2018 
Dear ​Richard, 
I refer to your request, where you asked: 
With the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 now in force, I would like to request 
any updated version of the spreadsheet containing statutory instruments made under 
the European Communities Act 1972. 
The spreadsheet you referred to in your request for information was that which was 
disclosed to you in response to your request DEX000261 and which contained 6,441 
statutory instruments made under the European Communities Act 1972. 
The Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU) does not hold information falling 
within the scope of your request. The spreadsheet to which you refer has not been updated 
since it was disclosed to you in response to your request DEX000261. 
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