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Withdrawal Agreement Votes

On 23rd October the House of Commons debated three technical texts on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. The legislative debate focused on the repeal of certain technical provisions in UK law as far as the EU is concerned. If the vote for these three laws is passed, they will only come into force if the UK were to eventually leave the EU. The three points discussed concerned amendments to existing UK legislation to repeal 1) EU provisions on free movement[151][152] 2) regulatory oversight of the UK by third countries (EU)[153]3) EU-codified financial services rules. [154] The three amendments were put to a split vote, and all three were adopted in the House of Commons. [155] [156] [157] The proposed program was adopted by 353 votes to 243. There was a change in the law in the remaining phases. This was proposed by MP Ian Blackford and proposed that a third reading of the bill be rejected because the Scottish people voted overwhelmingly to remain in the European Union. This proposal was rejected by 329 votes to 62. The Northern Ireland Protocol, known as the “Irish backstop”, was an annex to the November 2018 draft agreement that outlined provisions to prevent a hard border in Ireland following the United Kingdom`s withdrawal from the European Union. The Protocol contains a provision on a safety net to deal with circumstances in which other satisfactory arrangements have yet to enter into force at the end of the transition period. This project has been replaced by a new protocol which will be described below.

Permanent Decree No. 24B states: “Where, in the opinion of the spokesman. a movement. , no amendments may be tabled. [68] Grieve`s amendment does not apply these Regulations to all requests made after section “Meaningful Vote” of the Act, which allows Parliament to amend any request relating to the withdrawal procedure. [2] On February 12, 2019, Theresa May made a statement in the House of Commons on the government`s progress in securing a withdrawal agreement. [87] On February 14, a vote followed on an amendable motion whose content is as follows: “That this Assembly welcomes the Prime Minister`s statement of February 12, 2019; reiterates its support for the approach to leaving the EU expressed by this Parliament on 29 January 2019 and notes that discussions between the UK and the EU on the backstop for Northern Ireland are ongoing. In his statement of 12. In February, the prime minister reaffirmed her goal of having a second “meaningful vote” on a withdrawal agreement. She stressed that if this is not achieved by February 26, the government will make another statement to Parliament on the government`s progress and table an amendable motion on this declaration, which will be voted on February 27.