What happens next? After a Brexit deal text was finalised, the next step is ratification by both sides – and there is not much time before the end of the transition period on January 1. Next week MPs will need to pass legislation putting the deal on the statute book With Christmas Day tomorrow, this is likely to happen next week. The Commons will be recalled from its festive break and potentially consider all the stages of a Bill in one day.The package is virtually guaranteed to be approved, as Boris Johnson has an 80-strong majority and Labour has indicated it will at least abstain – if not support the deal. Monday? Meanwhile, Brussels will short-cut its own processes, with the EU Council of member states expected to grant ‘provisional’ implementation before the deadline, rather than the European Parliament approving it in advance.This has angered many MEPs, as they will be under massive pressure to sign off the deal if it has already come into effect.January 1The new trade terms – or WTO terms if something has gone wrong with the deal – come into effect. Advertisement Boris Johnson today declared that a Brexit deal has been done after four years of desperate wrangling -… Read full this story
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