London — Commonshouse leader said a law allowing the UK to abolish some of the post-Brexit trade rules with Northern Ireland will be discussed in parliament on 13 July. Mark Spencer said on Thursday.
The bill passes the first of many parliamentary tests on Monday and then faces the so-called committee stage. Line-by-line reviews are conducted there, and legislators can request amendments to the bill. (Report by Kylie MacLellan, edited by William James)
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