The UK government is set to break its promise to scrap all inherited EU laws by the end of 2023. Business secretary Kemi Badenoch told Tory Brexiters the majority of almost 4,000 pieces of legislation would be retained by the UK, with around 800 potentially being removed by the end of the year, according to the Financial Times. FCA sets out ideas for post-Brexit rules of UK asset management sector The UK government is also looking to scrap its ‘sunset clause', according to which all EU law would expire after 31 December 2023 if not removed or retained. This would be possible und...
To continue reading this article...
Join International Investment
Join International Investment today
Unlock members-only benefits:
- Unlimited access to real-time news, industry insights, video features and market intelligence
- Stay ahead of the curve with spotlights on international financial centres, regional trends international advice and global industry leaders
- Receive breaking news stories straight to your inbox in the daily newsletters
- Hear the latest cross jurisdictional developments in wealth planning, tax, regulation, investing, retirement and protection
- Members-only access to the Editor’s weekly news roundup newsletter
- Members-only access to analysis via our exclusive industry polls
- Be the first to hear about our events and awards programmes