“With the European Union struggling to overcome the financial crisis, and the knock-on impact on the politics of the European project, national political classes have been grasping for solutions to the EU’s perceived legitimacy problem. One of the most commonly cited solutions is to seek a greater role for national parliaments in EU decision making.”
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I don’t understand this.
First this Bill was so vital it needed to be rushed through. And now, suddenly, it’s not so important.
Is this incompetence? Or is something changing in their attitude?
Understand that the Internal Market Bill won’t reach the Lords until AFTER the October EU Council which could be very significant. Means that the law won’t be on the statue book then plus if compromise is reached, clauses could not be needed before the Lords has to vote on them
Here is the video of @DominicRaab - the UK's Foreign Secretary - accusing the EU of being a threat to the GFA and claiming that the EU is trying to erect a "regulatory border down the Irish Sea." Reminder: The EU WA which Mr Raab supported does just this. #InternalMarketBill