Great Britain: government sets its sights on recasting and removing European legislation

On 05 October, during the Conservative Party's Autumn Conference, PM Liz Truss confirmed her firm intention to get free as quickly as possible from European regulations that have been carried over since the UK left the EU (Brexit 31/01/2020). To this end, the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill 2022-23 was tabled in Parliament in late September. According to observers, the adoption of this bill could very quickly change the game for employers.

Through . Published on 11 October 2022 Ă  11h41 - Update on 11 October 2022 Ă  11h41

“By the end of the year all EU red tape will be consigned to history,” the PM promised early in October, adding, “We will ensure regulation is pro-business and pro-growth.” To secure this promise, the Prime Minister is primarily relying on the prompt adoption of the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill 2022-23. When the bill was tabled in Parliament on 22 September, the government said the bill will “enable the government,…

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