|Author (Person)||Coleman, Charley, Newson, Nicola|
|Publisher||House of Lords Library|
|Series Title||Research Briefings|
|Content Type||Research Paper|
The United Kingdom Internal Market Bill is a government bill that would make provision for the continuation of the UK’s single market when the transition period ends on 31 December 2020. As part of this it would provide for the ‘market access principles’ of mutual recognition and non-discrimination to apply to the sale of goods and the provision of services within the UK. It also seeks to provide unfettered access for qualifying Northern Ireland goods to the market in Great Britain. It contains provisions that seek to give ministers the power to unilaterally interpret, modify the application of or disapply parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol, notwithstanding their obligations under relevant international and domestic law.
|Subject Categories||Internal Markets, Law|
|Subject Tags||Brexit, Constitutional Law, International Law, Regional Dimension|
|Countries / Regions||United Kingdom|