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Stop the Internal Market Bill

Stop the Internal Market Bill

The Internal Market Bill threatens the rule of law and the UK's reputation across the globe. Call on the House of Lords to stand against the Internal Market Bill

This Bill would undermine the UK's international reputation by unilaterally reversing parts of our existing agreements with the EU. It would contravene international law and pave the way toward a no deal exit from the Brexit transition period.

It will undermine our devolved nations, stripping away powers from democratically elected governments and parliaments. It will undermine the Good Friday Agreement, on which peace and stability in Northern Ireland depend - and our hoped-for future trading partners in the USA are watching closely.

The Internal Market Bill threatens the rule of law and the UK's reputation across the globe. Call on the House of Lords to stand against the Internal Market Bill

This Bill would undermine the UK's international reputation by unilaterally reversing parts of our existing agreements with the EU. It would contravene international law and pave the way toward a no deal exit from the Brexit transition period.

It will undermine our devolved nations, stripping away powers from democratically elected governments and parliaments. It will undermine the Good Friday Agreement, on which peace and stability in Northern Ireland depend - and our hoped-for future trading partners in the USA are watching closely.

Tell the House of Lords to stop the Internal Market Bill

Contact influential members of the House of Lords. Call on them to lobby their fellow peers.

Email the Lords whips and the Brexit spokespeople. Demand they stand against the Internal Market Bill.

The Lords has already passed a 'motion of regret' against this Bill. They are set to vote down the Internal Market Bill and significantly amend its most troubling clauses. Tell them they have our support!

 

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Your message will go to the follow peers: 

Government whip: Viscount Younger of Leckie (spokesperson for Northern Ireland and Scotland)

Brexit spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats: Baroness Sarah Ludford 

Constitutional spokesperson for the Labour: Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town