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Thousands of pro-consumer laws we take for granted could expire at the end of 2023.
The health and safety industry has warned the government that it might not be a good idea to throw out every European-related law.
"Then in 2021 we had Brexit which led to a huge increase in paperwork both for importers and exporters and the cost of additional administration. There were transport issues, hold-ups at the border and additional staff pressures, most notably in the agricultural sector with seasonal labour.
Thousands of EU laws could expire at the end of 2023.
Today, MPs will debate and vote on the Retained EU Law Bill which if passed, could endanger thousands of rights and protections in the UK.
Iain Overton examines the lack of consequences for the Brexiters that promised us sunny uplands.
As row over protocol rumbles on, Chris Elliott, professor of food safety at Queen’s, tells how lack of proper checks is leaving us vulnerable
Could sunset on EU laws see azodicarbonimide appear in ultra-processed baked products, while other additives disappear but only from ingredients lists?
Why Rees-Mogg’s bill to sunset EU laws is so inflammatory and what you can do about it.
UK government plans to scrap thousands of EU laws at the end of 2023 should be reconsidered, according to a cross-party group of Senedd members.
Firms are "banging their heads against the wall" two years after post-Brexit trading began, a new report suggests. / The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said businesses were still grappling with EU trading arrangements and more red tape.
Some of these are hopefully short-term issues and can be recovered from. Another problem, however, is contributing to the hardship faced by Scottish households and will do so for the long term: Brexit.
As the country struggles with the cost of living crisis, recent figures have revealed that Brexit has left the people of the UK paying an extra £6 billion in food costs.
John Cole explores the government's response to a petition calling for an enquiry into the impact of Brexit before it's debated in parliament.
The evidence shows that Brexit isn’t working and, despite what Starmer claims, it cannot be made to work until we rejoin the single market.
Extra checks and requirements on goods has pushed prices up by 6%, or £5.8bn, over two years.
Farmers have called for clarity over what post-Brexit support they will receive to improve the environment. / Essex farmer Tom Bradshaw, who is also deputy president of the National Farmers' Union, said the "uncertainty is crippling businesses".
Fruit and veg supply could be ‘in trouble’, says NFU – citing added costs of Brexit and Ukraine war.
Egg shortages ‘just the start’, says NFU – warning tomatoes, cucumbers and pears could become scarce.
New research reveals 212 ‘safety’ regulations set to lapse – to draw line under Brexit.
Extra checks and requirements on goods crossing the border has increased food prices by 6% overall, says the Centre for Economic Performance.
Brexit piled on an average of £210 extra to household food bills in two years, a fresh research paper has found.
A new study has explored how Brexit is contributing to rising food costs in the UK.
Non-Tariff Barriers (NTBs) are the main policy impediment to international trade, yet little is known about their pass-through to prices. This paper exploits the Brexit trade policy shock to quantify how NTBs affect consumer prices and welfare. The increase in NTBs raised prices by 6%, implying a pass-through of 50-80%.
Research has revealed that during the two years leading up to the end of 2021, Brexit cost UK consumers a total of £5.8 billion in food bills.