MPs debated the Remaining Stages, including a Committee of the Whole House, of the European Union (Approvals) Bill, in the House of Commons on 10 October 2017. The Bill will now be considered in the House of Lords.
European Union (Approvals) Bill: Commons stages
Remaining Stages and Committee of the Whole House
MPs debated the Second Reading of the European Union (Approvals) Bill on 4 July 2017.
The European Union (Approvals) Bill
Summary of the Bill
The European Union (Approvals) Bill aims to:
- implement changes to international agreements between the EU and non-EU countries.
- continue to fulfil our current EU obligations.
- enhance international cooperation to help prevent anti-competitive practices
- contribute to the stability of the West Balkans
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