Brexit: Repeal Bill to be published by the government
The law, known as the law in favor of repeal will ensure the same rules in the UK after Brexit, while the British parliaments have the power to change them.
Brexit Secretary David Davis said he would “work with anyone” to succeed, but he faces the opposition.
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said the government: “It’s going to be hell.”
The work is committed to voting against the bill unless there are major changes in details previously indicated.
Conservatives rely on the support of the Democratic Union Party to win key votes after losing most of the Commons in the general election.
What is the repeal law?
She told the BBC 4: “For conservative opposition parties and remainer, now there is a feeling of” down here “This is the first great opportunity of the government’s little critics. Brexit, not Theresa May, the book of laws. ”
Formally known as the name of the European Union (withdrawal) bill, the bill is a key element of Brexit’s government strategy.
The 1972 Law on the European Communities will be repealed, leading to Britain in the EU and eliminating the rule of law in Brussels.
The bill will also have temporary powers to correct laws that do not work properly after Brexit.
It is not expected to be debated before the fall, but it must happen when the UK left the EU – in March of year 2019.
M. Davis said it would allow the UK to leave the EU “certainty, continuity and maximum control.”
“This is one of the most important legislation has already been approved by Parliament and is an important step in the process of withdrawal from the European Union,” he said.
“Working together for the national interest, we can ensure that we have a fully functioning legal system the day we leave the EU.
“The eyes of the nation are upon us and I will work with anyone to achieve this and form a new future for our country.”
“Driven, pushed, coaxed”
However, the union says that there is insufficient responsibility to the powers “delegated delegated powers” to amend the legislation and says that the bill represents a “takeover” in Westminster compared the relevant administrations.
PM Job Hilary Benn, who is chair of Brexit’s selection committee, said there were “real and serious concerns about how this is done.”
The government asked parliamentarians to work together
“I must say that, at every stage, the ministers had to be pushed, pushed and encouraged to take the role of Parliament seriously.”
M. Farron said “the government put it on the alert” promising a tougher test than it faced in adopting a law authorizing the departure of the UK from EU.