- Brexit bulletin—Parliamentary scrutiny of Brexit legislation continues ahead of EU27 vote on relocation of EU agencies
- Parliament promised a vote and further primary legislation on the terms of EU withdrawal and implementation
- MPs examine the Repeal Bill in a Committee of the whole House
- House of Lords continues to debate and report on a range of Brexit issues
- National Audit Office reports on government coordination and preparation for Brexit
- Coming up
- Further information
Public Law analysis: As the General Affairs Council (Art 50) prepares to vote on new locations for the European Medicines Agency and the European Banking Authority, the UK Parliament is busy examining Brexit legislation in detail, with further legislation to be introduced ahead of the Autumn Budget. Meanwhile, we await further update on the government’s sectoral analysis of Brexit. Collating and providing this information is a test of government coordination, which is the subject of a recent National Audit Office report.
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