What will the Lords do with the Article 50 bill? – UCL Constitution Unit

Posted February 21st, 2017 in bills, EC law, news, parliament, treaties by sally

‘The bill authorising the Prime Minister to trigger Article 50, enabling the UK to leave the EU, has cleared the Commons. It begins its consideration in the Lords today. In this post Lords expert Meg Russell discusses how the second chamber is likely to treat the bill. She suggests that this illustrates important dynamics between Lords and Commons, which are often disappointingly misunderstood both in the media and inside government.’

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UCL Constitution Unit, 20th February 2017

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