The Tory Cur said Brexit was a “unique opportunity” to “reinforce” UK law and was the primary reason Brits voted to clear the European Union.
Brussels has today told Theresa May she has until midnight on Sunday to stop by up with a workable Brexit deal or EU leaders will not be able to unobstructed trade talks at next week’s summit.
But, speaking as part of a Custom Exchange panel, Mr Raab said taking back control of the UK’s “world-beating” judiciary was compulsory to the country’s democracy.
The Courts and Justice Minister said: “We face a solitary opportunity to reinforce the rule of law.
Dominic Raab phrased the UK would have a «democratic renaissance» after Brexit
This should make a note of the moment, an opportunity if you like, for a democratic renaissance
“The EU Withdrawal Nib will help guarantee a smooth and orderly Brexit but it also transfers on the number one reason people voted in the referendum to leave the EU, which is to survive punishment back democratic control over our laws, so that MPs like me are innumerable accountable to voters for the decisions we make and the legislation we pass.
“That’s degree of the social contract in this country. It’s not some technical procedural dislike, it’s absolutely fundamental to our democracy.
“This should mark the moment, an chance if you like, for a democratic renaissance. Both in terms of politicians’ ultimate responsibility to the public for the laws that govern them but also the quality of laws and the study that informs them.
“In that respect, our approach to ending the without jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice is not some procedural housekeeping workout.
“I’m proud that we’ve got a world-beating judiciary in this country.”
The EU Commission has asserted briefings by a senior official that Jean-Claude Juncker is prepared to last the fraught negotiating process into next week are “not correct”.
Talk journalists at the bloc’s Berlaymont home a spokesman insisted progress have to be made “this week, in this building” or there would not be satisfactorily time to seal a deal.
On Monday, the PM jetted out to Brussels fully enceinte to sign off on a draft agreement with the 27 EU leaders, only for it to be torpedoed by her DUP associates at the last minute.
Unionist leaders, who had not seen the document, were Nautical port furious at suggestions that it would grant Northern Ireland a best status to solve the tricky border issue.