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.
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Bill Cash MP calls for “full referendum” – and welcomes David Cameron reasserting primacy of Westminster legislation over European Communities Act
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- Sir William Cash: The ECJ will determine not only the interpretation but also the outcome of any disputes
- Bill Cash: Brexit is ultimately about our democracy, our sovereignty and our self-government. All the other issues, including our right to free trade with the rest of the world, are subsidiary to the questions of sovereignty, self-government and democracy because they flow from them
- Sir William Cash: How does the Prime Minister reconcile the Chequers statement with the recent repeal of the European Communities Act 1972?
- Sir Bill Cash: I think people have every reason to be concerned
- Sir William Cash: no freedom of movement, no customs union, no single market and no European Court of Justice
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