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Parliamentary battle over Repeal Bill will really heat up in October

The Repeal Bill is expected to pass Second Reading with relative ease tonight but there are likely to be further battles when the Bill reaches committee stage later in the autumn. Anders Jay explains the main features of the legislation and some points of controversy. The post Parliamentary battle over Repeal Bill will really heat up in October appeared first on Open Europe.
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