The Repeal Bill - The Week
The Repeal Bill - formerly the Great Repeal Bill - is one of the largest legislative projects in British history, and it goes before MPs for the first time today. It repeals the European Communities Act of 1972 and signifies that the British are taking control of their legal future.
The bill ends the supremacy of EU courts The Repeal Bill aims to transpose thousands of EU laws and directives into British law to allow for the Brexit transition. The bill, the centrepiece of the 2017 Queen's Speech, is designed to ensure that laws created by the European Union will no longer apply in the... write journalists from The Week read more news | read original article
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