Brexit secondary legislation preparations ‘off track’, researchers warn

The government is not laying key legislation to secure a functioning statute book after Brexit nearly fast enough to provide enough time for parliamentary scrutiny, the Hansard Society has said

Big Ben and Houses of Parliament
Will the government lay Brexit secondary legislation fast enough to allow enough time for parliamentary scrutiny before March 2019?

The government is not laying key legislation to secure a functioning statute book after Brexit nearly fast enough to provide enough time for parliamentary scrutiny, the Hansard Society has said.

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