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The retained EU law bill is an outrageously undemocratic attempt to transfer law-making powers from parliament to Whitehall.
The Retained EU Law bill is a needless own goal – diplomatically, economically and politically.
‘Playing with fire:’ Scrapping rules to keep rivers clean after Brexit stirs up Tory rebellion 01/03/2023
Ministers have refused to rule out scrapping EU regulations that protect swimmers and wildlife.
UK still experiencing problems after three years of Brexit.
Stella Creasy compared governments claims of great Brexit benefits to “a toddler's imaginary friend. Ministers keep talking about them, but only they can see them”.
Three years on, we are covered in the scars of what it has done to this country.
The BBC’s Analysis editor Ros Atkins looks at the controversy surrounding the government’s plan to scrap thousands of EU-era laws.
Plans to scrap all remaining EU-made laws in the UK by the end of the year have cleared the Commons amid criticism from a senior Brexiteer that the process is not democratic and “possibly incompetent”.
Ministers are facing a clash with opposition and Conservative MPs over their plans to scrap EU-era laws copied over to UK law after Brexit.
Over 1,000 staff were redeployed to deal with the fall-out from leaving the EU. Now, the financial consequences are coming to light.
Iain Overton examines the lack of consequences for the Brexiters that promised us sunny uplands.
At risk are vital environmental and wildlife protections my colleagues and I worked tirelessly to establish in the European Parliament.
New staff needed to cope with the government’s controversial retained EU laws bill will cost Whitehall dearly in a financial crisis.
The government plans to press ahead with legislation that would repeal swathes of EU law by default. Anyone who cares about legal certainty should object
Why Rees-Mogg’s bill to sunset EU laws is so inflammatory and what you can do about it.
However, disenchantment with Brexit has been one of the most notable trends of 2022 with a feeling that it has not lived up to the promises made at the time of the referendum. / Two thirds or 65% of British people think Brexit has gone badly compared to just 21% who think it has gone well according to an Opinium survey in early December.
The director of a wine merchant has eviscerated Jacob Rees Mogg on BBC Question Time, branding complications in importing and exporting wine due to Brexit red tape as a “joke”.
Why the Question Time wine merchant who shocked Rees-Mogg was right about the Brexit damage to his industry 18/12/2022
Leaving the EU has left the wine import/export business with a shocking hangover.
EU law is not bad for our health and safety – unfortunately, the same cannot be said of our government.
The Tory MP said Brits will avoid a 2 per cent increase on fish fingers and savings on some cheeses thanks to our "Brexit freedoms". / Brexit has added almost £6 billion to UK food bills over the past two years, new research has found.
Study by British Chambers of Commerce reveals flagship bill to purge EU laws is low priority for firms.
Beware the ‘Brexit Freedoms Bill’: it’s a wrecking ball which threatens our rights and environmental protections 28/11/2022
Just when we breathed a sigh of relief that the lettuce had won the battle of shelf-life with Truss, we find that a Bill originally sponsored by arch-Brexiteer, Jacob Rees-Mogg, is being rushed through Parliament, and is set to ‘double down’ on the economic and societal damage already inflicted on this country by Brexit.
IoD and unions among groups writing to government, saying move would cause business chaos, harm rights and threaten environment.
‘Recklessly irresponsible’ Brexit rush to axe EU laws is putting safety standards at risk, watchdogs warn 24/11/2022
Trading standards officers fear ‘recklessly irresponsible’ legislation poses danger to public.
Don't scrap EU rules, firms and unions say 24/11/2022
Business groups and unions are urging the government not to go ahead with plans to ditch a wide range of EU laws, warning the move could cause "confusion and disruption" in the UK.