This Article is the first of a series of pieces on Brexit Central from European Scrutiny Committee Chair Sir Bill Cash analysing amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill as Brexit enters this crunch stage. It discusses Lord Kerr’s Amendment on making the repeal of the 1972 Act conditional on a Minister laying a report before Parliament that outlines the steps taken to negotiate a customs union as part of the framework for a future UK-EU relationship. Please read the article here.