The withdrawal law originally passed by Parliament does not correspond to the type of transition period or “transposition period” that the UK government is trying to negotiate with the EU. Under such an agreement, the main effects of the withdrawal law would in practice be deferred at the end of the proposed 21-month transitional period, i.e. until the end of December 2020. The withdrawal law, as described above, would then be implemented, covered by EU law and transposed into UK law. However, during the transitional period, EU law itself – including new EU legislation – will continue to apply to the UK. These changes to the withdrawal law are made by the proposed law on the withdrawal agreement of the European Union (withdrawal agreement). 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.  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. MPs tabled more than 470 amendments to the bill and one of them gave Theresa May`s government`s government its first defeat, with MPs voting 309 to 305 in favour of a legal guarantee in Parliament for a vote on the final Brexit deal with Brussels.  The government had originally proposed that the bill be a priority in the parliamentary debate on Brexit as a whole, as it would be an alternative to a vote on the deal reached during the Brexit negotiations.  However, on 13 November 2017, the Government announced that it would adopt a separate withdrawal agreement and an implementing law to separately consider an agreement resulting from the negotiations between the UNITED Kingdom and the EU if an agreement was reached, which would give Parliament a vote, but that did not prevent the amendment of the law from being adopted.
While the President of the United States was visiting the United Kingdom on July 13, 2018, a comment by the United States that the United Kingdom would probably not get a trade deal with the United States if the Prime Minister`s plan advanced was widely published in the media.  24.Paragraphe 1 (EEA agreement as an EU treaty)… After more than 270 hours of parliamentary reflection1, the 2018 Withdrawal Act was passed on 26 June 2018 in the law on one.1. One of the most constitutionally important acts, recently adopted, paves the way for the UK to leave the EU and will form the legal basis for a considerable amount of national legislation after Brexit. Although the UK has been an EU member state, much of its law derives from the EU. After Brexit, the UK will be free (subject to the terms of the agreements with the EU) to follow its own path and introduce new national laws different from EU legislation. But the volume of EU legislation means there is no chance of it being replaced by new UK legislation by 29 March 2019 – “withdrawal day.” To avoid a huge legal black hole, the withdrawal law will take a snapshot of EU legislation, as it exists just before Brexit, and turn it into national law: a huge and binding exercise in copying and pasting legislation (and then, as we will see right away, treatment). The reporting phase and third reading took place on 16 and 17 January 2018.  The bill passed third reading by 324 votes to 295.  An analysis of the procedure of the law published by the Institute of Government examines the contract approval procedure, which is defined in the Constitutional Reform and Governance Act 2010 and which can apply to the withdrawal agreement and the framework agreement for future relations, according to: