As an MP this is what it will be like debating the EU Withdrawal Bill

James Cleverly writes in the Independent...

Those of you who are already bored to tears with the protracted process by which the UK leaves the EU, look away now. 

Those of you who are addicted to each twist and turn of our negotiations with the EU27, who are obsessed with the arguments between and within political parties, who are left breathless by the process of repatriating laws and powers from Brussels to Westminster, you are in for a treat. Brexit is about to get detailed. Very detailed. 

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