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Kate questions Minister on Brexit legislation

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Kate has questioned David Jones MP, Minister of State at the Department for Exiting the European Union, about the legislation needed for Brexit, during a session of the European Scrutiny Committee on Monday 20th March.

A report from the Institute for Government has said that up to 15 new bills in addition to the Great Repeal Bill could be required to deliver Brexit, warning that Brexit will place a huge burden on both parliament and government departments.

In responding to Kate, the Minister said he didn’t know whether this number was accurate. 

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