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Which areas are covered in Brexit Omnibus Bill?
(BREXIT Omnibus Bill seems to be the agreed short title)
The Government has published the Omnibus Bill, which deals with changes to laws that will be needed in the event of the UK leaving the EU without an agreement on 29 March.
Interesting stuff in that "government buildings" have concentrated on IE-UK continuity in Common Travel Area reciprocity (otherwise given short shrift in UK DRAMA press) and third-country regulated financial services as well as land/maritime transpo licensing
Next steps:
Week of 25 Feb -  Brexit Bill in 2nd Stage in Dáil
Week of 4 March - Brexit Bill in Committee, Report and Final Stage in the Dáil
Week of 11 March - Brexit Bill in Seanad
British crash out from EU still unlikely, says Coveney, but of course he does

Anglo-merican coverage for low-info tourists
Ireland Publishes No-Deal Brexit Bill It Hopes It Won't Need

archived  General Scheme of the Miscellaneous Provisions (Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union on 29 March 2019) Bill
[IE] Government publishes plans for no-deal Brexit, 24 Jan
BATNA. Who is and who is not "on board," eh.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Fri Feb 22nd, 2019 at 10:48:38 PM EST
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