British Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) David Davis leaves 10 Downing street after a cabinet meeting in central London on July 11, 2017. / AFP / Ben STANSALL
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Britain published legislation Thursday to sever political, financial and legal ties with the European Union, an important step towards Brexit but one which the opposition said it would challenge.The Repeal Bill is central to the government's plan to exit the EU in 2019, disentangling Britain from more than 40 years of EU lawmaking and repealing the treaty that first made Britain a member in 1972 .The government also fleshed out its negotiating stance with the EU, publishing three position papers which underlined that Britain would quit nuclear body Euratom and leave the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice.
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