Brexit Britain must dash ‘unnecessary’ EU regulation to remove Brussels bureaucracy in UK

Brexit: UK removing 'unnecessary EU laws' says expert

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Economist and fellow at think tank-Centre for Brexit policy, Catherine Mcbride praised the UK Government and Boris Johnson for making swift changes to law post-EU. During an interview with, she highlighted the key changes Britons would be able to see in life outside the EU. She reiterated the importance of the UK programme and the bureaucratic laws the UK followed as part of the EU but no longer has to as an independent nation.

Ms Mcbride said: “The most obvious change today is that we can get out of the house.

“By not being part of the EU’s vaccine procurement plan and going our own way we have managed to get our vaccination programme running ahead of theirs.

“That has been fantastic for the UK.”

The economist also went into greater detail of the small law changes that have been occurring to weed out unnecessary EU rules.

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She said: “In general, there have been a lot of statutory instruments passed through Parliament over the last six months.

“Many of those are changing small laws and taking things off the statute box that have been there as part of the EU.

“Things that are really unnecessary to the UK public life.

“Obviously the EU had to cover a lot of different economic situations, very different geographical countries with different farming techniques.

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“So they had a lot of regulation that actually don’t apply to the UK.

“The Government has been getting rid of these and they generally go through statutory instrument process rather than being debated in Parliament.”

Ms Mcbride also insisted the UK should be looking globally rather than just to the EU for new trading relationships.

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Ms Mcbride said: “India has enormous potential for the UK.

“It has 22 languages, yet the majority of its population, 1.4 billion people speak English.

“This is another area where we can do a lot of surface trade.

“They are already working on a formalised agreement with India, that is going to include education and defence a host of other things.”

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