EU Withdrawal Bill - Lords amendment

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Lord Stephen and Baroness Jolly have tables the amendment again for the report stage of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill.

The report stage is due to commence on Wednesday 18 April 2018. We are not sure yet when the amendment will be debated, but probably safest bet is to assume it will feature on Day 1 on 18 April. The Report Stage is likely to be our last chance to influence the legislation.

To maximise the chances of securing a positive outcome we need to maximise the number of Peers supporting the amendment. I would therefore be grateful if you could:

  • Circulate the attached briefing paper to any Peers that your organisation has connections with. It would be really helpful if they could add their name to the amendment, and participate in the debate.
  • Post the briefing note on your website, social media and any other channels you can think of to share as widely as possible.

If you require any further information please don’t hesitate to contact myself or Robert McGeachy This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Thanks very much for your support.

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