PM Johnson is now speaking to Parliament before it votes on the bill.
This is a slightly different from the previously bill. The most important change is this bill explicitly prohibits the extension to the transition process past a BREXIT on 31 January of next year.
BoJo is speaking about being able to regain control of immigration and control of their marine wealth.
The opposition is harping on about child refugees.
Now the discussion turns to the customs issues that BREXIT will create in Northern Ireland.
The bill is now in its ‘second reading’ in Parliament. The large Conservative majority almost assures the bill will be passed.
UK Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, says that BREXIT will ensure a “toxic” deal with Donald Trump. Corbyn is now saying that a trade deal with America means a reduction in standards for the UK. He goes on to say that a trade deal with the US will ensure a certain amount of rat hair will be in your paprika and orange juice. Who knew?
The BREXIT legislative process is afoot.