In introducing this amendment, Oliver Letwin also filled a gap in the Benn Act, which could have led to a situation in which if the HAD lower house had voted in favour of a withdrawal agreement before 19 October (which would have meant that it would not have been necessary to send a renewal letter), there would have been a risk that a Brexit without agreement would have taken place on 31 October if it had proved impossible for all phases. the enabling law – the EU withdrawal agreement – to enter the codes before 31 October or, more cynically, if MPs who might favour a Brexit without a deal over the terms of the withdrawal agreement had decided to vote in favour of the withdrawal agreement in the “wise vote.” Movement , but against when it came to enabling legislation, which means it would not be law until October 31. Former Conservative MP Stephen Hammond said: “It is the fear that someone will vote for [the deal] and want to respect the Benn Act and then do something, either by chance or by design, that frustrates the transposition law, and then it is possible that we will leave the European Union without a deal.” Such suspicions were further fuelled when Brexit MP John Baron hinted that he was ready for a “non-deal” after a transition. The Government has published an updated list of trade agreements and mutual recognition agreements signed by the UK with third countries, so that trade can continue after the UK`s withdrawal from the EU (hopefully) with minimal disruption. It also published a report entitled “UK trade with trade agreement (TAC) countries – the statistics”, which indicates that agreements have been signed in the meantime with countries that account for 53% of the UK`s trade with TAC countries. Once the agreement between the UK and Korea is in force (see below), this figure will rise to 63% of this trade. The report notes that the agreements guarantee the continuity of British trade of $88 billion, which has increased by $39 billion in the last three months. Canada and Mexico are among the target countries for TACs with which agreement is not yet needed. The government has also published an updated version of its guidelines on existing trade agreements if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. This is the second consecutive annual decline since March 2017. In his recent speech at Mansion House, Philip Hammond warned that a no-deal Brexit would hurt britain`s economy, that a $26.6 billion Brexit war box would engulf and risk the UK`s disintegration. On the other side of the political line, Gordon Brown warned that Britain itself would be “untangled” because of Brexit and the “narrow nationalism” of the Conservatives and SNP governments, in addition to the economic damage that a Brexit without a deal would bring. Yesterday, the EU`s negotiating mandate on Brexit was approved by the EU`s General Affairs Council, which served as the basis for the EU-UK talks, which are expected to begin next week.
At the launch ceremony, Michel Barnier (the EU`s chief Brexit negotiator) said that the EU would not reach an agreement “at any price” and that the bloc had called for a “level playing field” for future rules and regulations (i.e..