It has been reported that the British government has agreed to offer 40 billion euros of withdrawal from the EU as part of its “divorce regime” in order to advance the ongoing negotiations. He said there was no point in legislating until the UK reached an agreement with the EU on the figures to come. The amended bill was passed by his peers on Tuesday evening without a vote and will return to the House of Commons on Wednesday afternoon after questions from the Prime Minister. A fifth amendment called for the bill to be amended to take note of the Sewel Convention, which stipulates that Parliament should not legislate on de decentralised issues without the agreement of the Scottish Parliament, the Welsh Assembly and the Stormont Assembly in Northern Ireland. A total of five amendments to the bill have been sent to MPs for consideration by the Lords, including on the rights of EU citizens, the power of British courts to deviate from EU law and the independence of the judiciary after Brexit. The Brexit law will probably have the approval of the king in a day or two. Ministers say they support the Dubs amendment principle, but the Brexit act is not the right way to do so. The Brexit Act – officially known as the EU Law (Withdrawal Agreement) – guarantees that the UK will leave the EU on 31 January with a deal. Peers have endorsed Boris Johnson`s Brexit law, but not before making changes to the legislation. Boris Johnson`s Brexit Law is just one step away from the law after it has completed its passage through Parliament.
These letters describe the British government`s view that the decentralisation agreements would not be intended to prevent devolved administrations from exercising powers reserved by the British government. The UK government hoped that the Scottish and Welsh governments would consider the bill on the basis of the provisions for which we have sought approval, including the significant powers given to them to protect the rights of citizens. It would have forced the government to commit to negotiating an agreement with the EU on refugee children – thereby hardening the promise of the existing law to make a declaration on the matter within two months. This means that the bill will be passed between the two houses until the two parties agree on the text. The scottish and Welsh devolved administrations have said they will refuse to approve the government`s repeal bill. Refusal would be more of a political game than a legal game, but it would be no less important. But the law or something like that has to be passed if the UK`s legal system is to work after Brexit. Policy, including decentralization, should not block critical measures. But he added that he was “happy… Let us remind noble lords that we have received a clear message from the elected house,” who supported the bill by an overwhelming majority.
Over the past two weeks, the issue of decentralisation has once again been raised in the Brexit debate. Nevertheless, the peers decided not to continue the fight with the Commons and agreed to let the law pass. We will continue to respect and respect the Sewel Convention and the decentralization agreements. Prior to that, MPs had overwhelmingly rejected their peers` five amendments to the bill, including on refugee children. It is important to note that, despite the arguments of some detached legislators, there has been no demand to approve Brexit as a whole. In accordance with the decentralisation agreements, they were asked to approve specific parts of the law that fall under the decentralized jurisdiction or other legislative procedures.