Withdrawal Agreement Bill Traduction
At third reading on 16 May 2018, the government suffered its 15th defeat to the Lords, which, including the defeat of the Joint Committee, meant a total of 16 defeats. The bill then passed third reading.  More: Jacob Rees-Mogg sang a song about the Brexit Act and people are not impressed In devolved administrations, the EU`s current powers over the common policy framework would fall to the UK, so the rules in the UK could be set by representatives of Westminster. Ministers of devolved administrations would have the power to amend the devolved legislation to correct laws that would not function properly after Brexit. :ch.4 However, the bill also prevents devolved administrations from making changes that are « inconsistent » with those of the British government. :sch.2, pt.3 (2) This severely limits the power of deceded governments, for example by preventing them from choosing, for example, the maintenance of a Community law modified by the British government.  On November 13, 2017, Brexit Minister David Davis announced a bill to enshrine the withdrawal agreement in national law through primary legislation. In further talks in the House of Commons, Davis said that if the UK decided not to pass the law on 29 March 2019, the UK would remain on track to leave the EU without a deal, having invoked Article 50 in March 2017, following the adoption of the Notification of Withdrawal Act 2017.  On 21 March 2018, the Scottish Parliament passed the Uk`s Withdrawal from the European Union (Scotland) Act 2018 to prepare the Scottish Law for Brexit, but was referred to the Supreme Court for consideration under Section 33 of the Scotland Act 1998 to determine whether Parliament had jurisdiction to pass such legislation;   Until this judgment, royal consent was not sought.  Oral proceedings began on 24 December 2018, the Supreme Court ruled that Section 17 of the Act was not within the legal jurisdiction of the Scottish Parliament under the « Scotland Act 1998 » in part because it was attempting to amend the Scotland Act in 1998 (prohibited by Act 4 of the Scotland Act) , partly because of a conflict inherent in Section 28 (7) of Scotland Act.
«  and partly because of conflicts with the European Union (withdrawal) Act passed and enacted later in 2018, when the Scottish Bill has been revised, and therefore the bill is « not legal » with respect to this section.  The governments of Scotland and the United Kingdom have been very different on the issue of outcome.