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Withdrawal Agreement Bill: Will Johnson now let parliament do its job?

The PM’s approach to this legislation will tell us how he plans to govern with his new majority

By Adam Tucker  

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Bringing the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill back before parliament, and using his majority to pass it, will be among Boris Johnson’s new government’s first business. This means that parliamentary scrutiny of the Bill is once again a pressing constitutional issue. The nature of that scrutiny and of the government’s engagement with it will not just be significant for the way in which Johnson’s Withdrawal Agreement is incorporated into domestic law. It will also be…

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