The most immediate battle facing Theresa May’s government is securing comprehensive parliamentary approval for its “great repeal bill”, which transfers all EU laws and regulations into UK law. Although the House of Commons this week gave assent to the first stage of this unprecedentedly complex and detailed legislation it still faces serious challenges in the final stages of the bill’s approval.
It’s actually a blindingly simple piece of legislation. “All EU derived law is now UK derived” and that’s pretty much it.
But then we should never expect a connection between John Palmer and reality when discussing the EU.
There are clear signs that the political mood in the EU is changing: austerity is being rejected and there is a new emphasis on the need for a Europe-wide economic stimulus programme to boost investment recovery
Rilly? They’re not about to change those rules you know, 3% budget deficits, no monetisation of spending and all that…..