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ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained. It tracks the progress of UK primary legislation introduced as part of the legislative preparation for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU during the 2017–19 Parliament.
As a result of the prorogation of the 2017–19 Parliament on 8 October 2019, the Brexit Bills progressing through Parliament which had not yet received Royal Assent fell away namely:
Financial Services (Implementation of Legislation) Bill [HL]
Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill
For further reading see: Brexit Bulletin—key Bills fall away on prorogation of Parliament, LNB News 09/10/2019 64.
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European Union (Withdrawal) Bill
Healthcare (European Economic Area and
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