Steerpike Withdrawal Agreement
Judging by this AV, compromises or key points of “flex” in all future are not yet defined as a final agreement: the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Act 2017 (approximately 9) is an act of the United Kingdom Parliament to authorize the Prime Minister to give the Council of the European Union the invitation to begin negotiations on the UK`s withdrawal from the European Union under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union.    The UK has been a member of the EU for about half a century because it has agreed to be a member, this agreement is included in the EU treaties. Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union (EU) defines the process by which a Member State can leave the EU. As everyone knows, this process was triggered by the United Kingdom about two years ago. At this stage of the process, Article 50, paragraph 3, is essential: on 1 March, the House of Lords, which is debating in committee, tabled an amendment to protect EU citizens living in the UK, regardless of the rights of British nationals who continue to live in EU Member States. The amendment was adopted by 358 votes against and 256. Eight other important amendments were rejected.  The amendment adds an obligation to the bill that within three months of notification of withdrawal, the government will launch proposals to ensure that EU citizens in the UK enjoy the same rights of residence after Brexit as before. Published statistics show that the UK has far more EU citizens (most of them come from Poland and the Republic of Ireland) than British nationals living in other EU Member States (the largest number in Spain and the Republic of Ireland).  After the debate in committee, the bill was formally presented to Parliament with the amendment.  Countries are forever accused of violating the present or present treaty.
The EU, for example, is violating several trade agreements ranging from its free bans on overseas agricultural products to their illegal subsidies to Airbus. Read more During the reporting phase, on 7 March 2017, the Lords voted against the government in favour of a second amendment (366 votes to 268) and added to the bill a new clause entitled “Parliamentary Approval of the Outcome of Negotiations with the European Union”.