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EU launches legal action over UK Brexit bill

SBS Thursday, 1 October 2020
The UK has admitted the bill to regulate the UK's internal market from January 1 overwrites parts of the withdrawal treaty that Prime Minister Boris Johnson signed with EU leaders last year, a breach of international law.
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The UK government now has one month to reply to the Commission's letter.

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