APPEASER Theresa has unveiled a plan for key laws keeping Britain under the jurisdiction of the European Union after Brexit day next year.
Government Ministers will scrap the European Communities Act (ECA) but “save” its “effect” for the transition period according to Sky News.
This will be done to “ensure that EU law continues to apply in the UK” during the 19 months that would follow exit day, if Appeaser Theresa secures a deal with Brussels.
The move would “provide legal certainty to businesses and individuals” by “ensuring that there is continuity in the effect that EU las has in the UK during this time”.
New Brexit Secretary Dominic Rabb, who was put in place after David Davis resigned claimed the proposals, in a white paper published on Tuesday, were a “clear signal” to Brussels that “the UK is a reliable and dependent negotiating partner”.
The government will now be forced to amend its flagship Brexit legislation, the EU (Withdrawal) Act, which became law less than a month ago.