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Repeal Bill

Repeal Bill

The European Union Withdrawal Bill, also known as the Repeal Bill or the Great Repeal Bill,is a bill of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that proposes to transpose directly-applicable European Union law into the law of the United Kingdom, as part of the country’s exit from the European Union – Brexit. To implement this, the proposed bill will repeal the European Communities Act 1972 which first brought the UK into what became the EU, incorporate all EU law into the UK statute books, and give ministers the power to adapt and remove laws that are no longer relevant. The Bill hands the government vast powers to write new laws called Statutory Instruments. They’re nicknamed Henry VIII powers, after the six-wifed Tudor King who gave himself the authority to make laws by simply issuing a proclamation


reference: Repeal Bill, wikiwand

image: Bill 5 57/1 European Union Withdrawal Bill

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