The UK government has published its long-awaited Repeal Bill, which will ultimately be used to transfer current European law into national statute books once the UK has left the union.
In an accompanying statement, David Davis, secretary of state for exiting the EU, outlined which aspects of legislation are addressed by the current text.
“The bill sets out how we will prepare our statute book for exit but will not make major changes to policy or legislation beyond what is necessary to ensure the law continues to work properly on day one,” he said.
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