UK will “improve” employment law through deregulation, says minister
The UK government has abandoned plans to let thousands of EU-era laws automatically expire at the end of the year, a move that had been dubbed a “post-Brexit bonfire”.
In what opposition politicians described as a “humiliating u-turn”, the Conservative government confirmed it will replace the current “sunset” clause in the Retained EU Law Bill, with around 800 out of 4,800 laws being revoked at the end of 2023.
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