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Theresa May's grand plan to deliver Brexit could be a lot more complicated than people think

Theresa May intends to speed up the process of leaving the European Union by passing major a piece of legislation called the Great Repeal Bill. May, along with Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union David Davis, will announce plans to introduce the bill when they address the Conservative Party conference on Sunday. If passed, the bill will turn all EU law which currently affects Britain into British law once Brexit has officially taken place.
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