Earlier this week, following two days of debate (on 7 and 11 September), the House of Commons voted in favour of the Government’s motion that the EU (Withdrawal) Bill 'be now read a Second time'. This means that the House of Commons has approved the principle of the Bill, which...
With the third round of exit negotiations under way, this post looks at where the negotiations currently stand, examines the impact of DExEU’s latest position papers and a looks ahead to the key dates for the Bill this autumn.
This post looks at the delegated powers given to Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
This post looks at how the Bill deals with the powers of the devolved bodies in a post-Brexit world.
This post looks at the other side of the same coin, namely, the mechanisms which the Bill provides for Parliament (and, in outline, the devolved legislatures) to scrutinise such legislation before it becomes law.
The European Union Bill (formerly known as the Great Repeal Bill) was introduced to the House of Commons and given its First Reading on Thursday 13 July 2017
The GRB has been published.