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UK: The Regulatory Policy Committee (RPC), an independent group of experts that
offer analysis and opinions on regulatory proposals in the UK, have stated that
the plan to push the Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB) through parliament in three
days means they cannot offer an opinion on the bill as they have not been
provided sufficiently substantive impact assessment.
- The opinion offered by the RPC could provide an 'out' for MPs that want to
vote for the WAB, but wish to ensure an extension to Article 50 to avoid a
- At present it seems that the WAB will pass the vote on the 2nd reading around
1900BST (1400EDT) this evening, but that the gov'ts programme motion to get the
WAB through parliament in 3 days will fail (although the vote is on a knife