The EU (Withdrawal) Bill completed its passage through the House of Commons on 17 January, receiving its first reading in the House of Lords the next day. While a huge number of amendments to the Bill were tabled during its time in the Commons, only a few substantive amendments were actually passed. We have summarised the key amendments made during the House of Commons and their potential impact on the Brexit process should they make it through the House of Lords.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has published a study he commissioned into the impact of Brexit. The study by Cambridge Econometrics attempts to predict the effects of various models of Brexit, including a transition period, ongoing Single Market membership, ongoing Customs Union membership, and a "no-deal" Brexit defaulting to WTO rules.