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Wed 8 January 2020 A 3 day dispute is about to start by MPs in Parliament on the Withdraw Contract Expense for the UK to leave the EU on the 31st January. Your home will spend late nights discussing the withdrawal bill. Prior to Christmas the legislation passed its 2nd reading. The Federal government prepares to have the remaining stages of it’s legislation complete by end of company Thursday, due to the size of the Prime Ministers commons bulk. Although the opposition parties have actually advanced a number amendments to the bill, it is most likely to be unsuccessful.
Ministers are positive of getting the costs through to Lords next week and then through parliament, in order to allow enough time for the European Parliament to agree the deal in time for Brexit on January 31st. If all goes to plan it will be an 11 month shift duration for the UK, whilst following EU guidelines still. Whilst this is happening, both the UK and EU will attempt to negotiate a free trade contract and talk about the terms of Britain’s future relationship with the bloc.