United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (HL Bill 155)

Contents

  1. Part 1

    UK market access: goods

    1. Introductory

      1. 1.Purpose of Part 1

      2. 2.Common frameworks process

    2. Mutual recognition: goods

      1. 3.The mutual recognition principle for goods

      2. 4.Relevant requirements for the purposes of section

      3. 5.Exclusion of certain requirements existing before commencement

    3. Non-discrimination: goods

      1. 6.The non-discrimination principle for goods

      2. 7.Relevant requirements for the purposes of the non-discrimination principle

      3. 8.The non-discrimination principle: direct discrimination

      4. 9.The non-discrimination principle: indirect discrimination

      5. 10.Exclusion of certain provision existing before commencement

    4. Exclusions from market access principles

      1. 11.Exclusions from market access principles: public interest derogations

    5. Supplementary

      1. 12.Modifications in connection with the Northern Ireland Protocol

      2. 13.Guidance relating to Part 1

      3. 14.Duty to review the use of Part 1 amendment powers

      4. 15.Sale of goods complying with local law

      5. 16.Interpretation of references to “sale” in Part 1

      6. 17.Interpretation of other expressions used in Part 1

  2. Part 2

    UK market access: services

    1. 18.Services: overview

    2. 19.Services: exclusions

    3. 20.Services: mutual recognition of authorisation requirements

    4. 21.Common frameworks process

    5. 22.Direct discrimination in the regulation of services

    6. 23.Indirect discrimination in the regulation of services

    7. 24.Duty to review the use of Part 2 amendment powers

    8. 25.Interpretation of Part 2

  3. Part 3

    UK market access: professional qualifications and regulation

    1. 26.Access to professions on grounds of qualifications or experience

    2. 27.Meaning of “qualified” UK resident

    3. 28.Exception from section where individual assessment offered

    4. 29.Other exceptions from section

    5. 30.Professional regulation not within section : equal treatment

    6. 31.Interpretation of Part 3

  4. Part 4

    Independent advice on and monitoring of UK internal market

    1. General provision about functions under Part 4

      1. 32.Functions of the CMA under Part 4: general provisions

      2. 33.Objective and general functions

      3. 34.Office for the Internal Market panel and task groups

    2. Reporting, advisory and monitoring functions

      1. 35.Monitoring and reporting on the operation of the UK internal market

      2. 36.Advising etc on proposed regulatory provisions on request

      3. 37.Provision of report on request after regulatory provision is passed or made

      4. 38.Report on request on provision considered to have detrimental effects

      5. 39.Statements on reports under section

      6. 40.Reports under Part 4

      7. 41.General advice and information with regard to exercise of functions

      8. 42.Laying of annual documents before devolved legislatures

    3. Information-gathering powers

      1. 43.Information-gathering powers

      2. 44.Enforcement

      3. 45.Penalties

    4. Interpretation

      1. 46.Interpretation of Part 4

  5. Part 5

    State aid and the Office for the Internal Market

    1. 47.State aid and the Office for the Internal Market

  6. Part 6

    Final provisions

    1. 48.Protection of Act against modification

    2. 49.Further provision in connection with the Northern Ireland Protocol

    3. 50.Regulations: general

    4. 51.Regulations: references to parliamentary procedures

    5. 52.Interpretation: general

    6. 53.Extent, commencement and short title

    1. Schedule 1

      Exclusions from market access principles

    2. Schedule 2

      Services exclusions

      1. Part 1

        Services to which section 20 (mutual recognition) does not apply

      2. Part 2

        Services to which sections 22 and 23 (non-discrimination) do not apply

      3. Part 3

        Authorisation requirements to which section 20 (mutual recognition) does not apply

      4. Part 4

        Regulatory requirements to which sections 22 and 23 (non-discrimination) do not apply

    3. Schedule 3

      Constitution etc of Office for the Internal Market panel and task groups