The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill, introduced on 21 October included a clause intended to give Parliament a crucial role in shaping and agreeing the UK’s future relationship with the European Union. This clause would require:
that Parliament signs off of the final objectives for the negotiations, before negotiations EU-UK can begin.
that Parliament sign off on the final deal, once political agreement has been reached.
that the Government formally reports on progress of negotiations against the objectives set by Parliament every three months.