Let`s start with money. Yes, we want to take back control of the money. This Parliament cannot decide to reduce the amount of money it pays to the European Union. You decide that: you determine the invoice and you apply it. I hope that the ministers can assure me that this will stop after December, at the end of the implementation period, and that we will only pay if there is an agreement between us and the European Union that we accept for the services or common policies that we want to undertake as a sovereign nation. We cannot continue to accept their hand in our pockets and take our money under their legal powers. Complete nonsense. If there is no agreement with the EU before the end of this year, the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement will be null and void. The agreement is concluded, it is the EU that refuses to act. I hope that today, after a second general election and after a referendum in which the British people made it clear that they want their sovereignty to rest on them again and to be delegated to their Parliament, that the opposition has understood this and has understood it for the time being, contrary to what the Labour Front Bench has told us, There are a very large number of areas where we cannot do what we want. Given that treaties bind the hands of future governments and limit the sovereignty of peoples, they should be made much more frugal than they have been, and perhaps it would be better for us to leave the EU without an agreement, because who can say that what this government is right and just for the people in 30 or 40 years in the future? There was no section 38 to vote on in the «Withdrawal Act», it only appeared in the «Withdrawal Agreement Act». North Korean-style Article 45 is included in the Uk`s Internal Market Act, «certain provisions which take effect regardless of inconsistency or inconsistency with international law or other domestic laws». However, the fly in the ointment is included in Article 38 of the 2020 law.
The so-called «sovereignty clause» requires that §§ 7A-7C be understood in such a way as not to deviate from the sovereignty of Parliament. Although this may have been a source of concern for the EU, it has always been true that all legislation implementing the Withdrawal Agreement is subject to the principle of Parliament`s sovereignty, so that this does not in itself become incompatible with Article 4 of the Law, provided that the agreement can be applied in practice and contradictory provisions cannot be applied. .