The sovereignty of Parliament was a central theme in the EU referendum and a promise was made that Parliament would ‘take back control of our own laws’. Yet, several pieces of Brexit legislation show that control of lawmaking will not rest with Parliament after we leave the EU
As the UK government enters the final phases of negotiations with the European Union, civil society has the opportunity to consider what impact Brexit might have on our sector. More importantly, it allows us to make clear asks on what we would need to see from a final deal to create a good Brexit outcome for charities.
The UK Shared Prosperity Fund (SPF), which will replace European Structural and Investment Funds, represents a real opportunity to tackle injustice and the barriers that prevent under-represented groups from reaching their potential and limit productivity and growth.