Section 7A resits the wording of the European Communities Act 1972 (which conferred national legal value on EU law during accession), so that directly effective provisions of the Withdrawal Agreement are available and enforceable by law and without further adoption. It is important that Section 7A(3), and using the same type of remedy to ensure the primacy of Union law during ACCESSION to the EU, provides that any decree (including a decree contained in the law) must be interpreted taking into account the need to implement and directly enforce effective provisions. . . .