It is not always easy to associate these agreements and proposals with many of the explicit provisions of the law related to a “day of withdrawal” defined by the law itself as March 29, 2019 at 11 p.m. The law clearly provides that EU law will be frozen on the day of withdrawal, that the ECJ`s jurisdiction will end on the day of withdrawal and that the overall relationship between the two legal systems will be separated as on the day of withdrawal. But both the transitional regime and the end-of-state regime do not seem to embody such a self-employment allowance. 26.(1) Section 3 (general implementation of the EEA agreement) is… “… (a) any breach of EU legislation on actual operation, or (b) another lack of UNION legislation resulting from the UK`s exit from the EU. The government`s policy on the future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union, discussed in Chequers, was published on 12 July 2018 in the form of a White Paper to be discussed the following week in the House of Commons.  Two bills that produce different results, including no negotiated solution introduced in the House of Commons in November 2017, closed all stages in July 2018 and went from the House of Lords to the House of Lords: the Taxation (Cross-Border Trade) Act on 16 July and the Trade Act of 17 July.  The Government stated that the Haulage Permits and Trailer Registration Act 2018, which came into force on 19 July 2018 would apply to an authorisation system for the international transport of goods by road and that it was concluded as part of negotiations on the development of existing international access for road freight transport.  On September 4, 2018, the Taxation (Cross-Border Trade) Bill passed its second reading, the committee phase and third reading in the House of Lords and was subsequently adopted after royal approval on September 13.
  24.Paragraphe 1 (EEA agreement as an EU treaty)… 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.  Alternatively (section 13, paragraph 10), the Government is not obliged to publish an agreement in principle in the negotiations on the content of the withdrawal regime and on the framework for future relations between the EU and the United Kingdom before Monday 21 January 2019, less than 11 weeks before the expiry of the mandatory negotiating period on Friday 29 March. and is due to have a debate on this in Parliament in a few days. The bill had its first reading in the Lords on 18 January 2018 and second reading on 30 and 31 January 2018 and was assigned to a committee of the entire House. This lasted eleven days between February 21 and March 28.  The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 (approximately 16) is an act of the British Parliament that provides for both the repeal of the European Communities Act of 1972 and the approval by Parliament of a negotiated withdrawal agreement between the HM government and the European Union.