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Tori plans repeal most EU laws by the end of 2023, by show that Brexit is being implemented, risk causing incalculable legal chaos and yet more damage to British business, according to former head of in government legal service.

The country still has not recovered from the consequences of Catastrophic miniseries by Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwartengbudgetministers facing growing resistance from business groups, environmentalists, legal experts, trade unions and opposition parties to what is being described as yet another dangerous, ideologically motivated experiment by the Brexiteer right Tories.

Last night Jonathan Jones who headed government legal services from 2014 to 2020, and dealt with with issues relating to Brexit, warned that the retained EU law bill (revocation and reform), which will be second reading in the House of Commons on Tuesday will create deep uncertainty for enterprises and many other organizations. “I think it is absolutely ideological and symbolic and not about real policy,” he said.

According to the provisions of the bill, about 2,400 EU laws that have been retained on post-Brexit UK law code to ensure continuity, will be automatically removed at the end of next yearexcept in cases where the ministers decide that should be an exception.

What is the plan critics say might even mean scrapped of rules security sports events you can watch the olympiad for free on television – angered the unions, who be afraid of disappearing of workers’ rights laws and environmentalists, who I consider myself well established rules wildlife habitat protection will be lost.

Bill could threaten free air broadcasting of large sports events such as the Olympics. Photograph: Martin Rickett/PA.

Jones says in government did not give the slightest idea of ​​what laws plans scrapped, leaving organizations in all sectors completely in it is unclear what legislation will apply to them in future.

Jones told Observer: “As far as I can see, there are no signs of which areas government thinks of keeping and getting rid of of. Therefore, there is no certainty about what laws we will have and what will replace them.”

Business organizations say they need to need to know what rules are on standards for manufactured goods – they must comply with years in promote.

“It’s very, very bad way change and pass the law,” Jones said. “It has nothing to do with Brexit. We have left. It creates great uncertainty in a very rigid and completely voluntary time frame. There is nothing innate in Brexit what says we have to change the law within a certain period after we left. He is led by the usual wing of suspects of Tori party”.

lucy Monks, head of international affairs in the Federation of Small business (FSB), said business groups had made their worries clear. She said: “Amid widespread economic instability and runaway inflation, changes to regulatory environment for small firms must be carefully weighed up not to add additional burden for already very difficult trading terms.

Jacob Rees-Mogg
drive repeal the remaining EU laws under the guidance of business secretaryJacob Rees-Mogg. Photo: Stephan Russo/Pennsylvania.

“BUT year just not long enough for small business for work out how their operations will need change in response to a fundamental shift in in regulatory environment such as one proposed by the EU Revocation and Reform Bill”.

Labor that is reluctant of late to take a stand on EU related issues for fear of being branded anti-Brexit, will oppose the bill in communities.

Shadow business secretary Jonathan Reynolds said: last things of the enterprise and employees need is more instability and uncertainty. Not content with crashing our economy the conservatives now want disrupt up in rules what businesses rely on on to trade and human rights activists rely on to work”.

Stella Creasy, Labor MP for walthamstow and chair of labor movement for Europe, said in time of economic crisis bill could hardly be more destructive.

She said: “He cancels overnight thousands of laws, of those that cover people’s pension protection, compensation rights if your luggage is lost or your trip is delayed, to those involved in insider trading to the rights of motherhood as well as vital protections for our environment and water quality with there is no clarity as to what – if at all – will replace them.

“AT light of pandemonium in parliament, the only sensible thing to do is to drop it before it causes Any more headache for both businesses and consumers, and start again solution problems Brexit has caused when it comes to protection of EU law.

The European Union (Exit) Act 2018 created the concept of retained EU law, meaning that bloc legislation continued force in Great Britain until parliament decided to change it. At the same time, it was recognized that some of the retained EU laws would need be adapted to work once upon a time in the UK left EU.

BUT government the representative said: government undertakes to accept full advantage of benefits of Brexit so we go ahead with our saved EU law bill that will end special legal position of all retained EU law by 2023.

“This will allow us develop rapidly new laws and regulations that best meet the needs of country by eliminating unnecessary bureaucracy to stimulate growth and strengthen the UK’s position as world-class place to start and grow business”.

AT risk: Eight laws remain in the EU that could be repealed

Controls That Prevent Cancer materials from using in cosmetics.

Rules Guaranteeing Major Sports events like the olympics can be watched for free on TV.

Protection for part time so they don’t get paid
less favorable treatment than full-timers.

The minimum standards that ensure that aircraft are safe to fly.

Compensation for travelers in in event of delays and lost baggage.

Minimum requirements for maternity allowance.

Protection for employee pensions in the event of the company’s bankruptcy.

Ban on human trafficking of illegal weapon.

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