Retained EU Law Bill paused – so it can’t do the expected damage? | A Different Bias

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The brexit bill, designed to throw our country into chaos by removing thousands of regulations overnight, has had its progress through the House of Lords quietly paused. It isn’t clear if it will be left in limbo until it disappears after the election, or if Rishi Sunak intends to use the bill to carry out something useful. What is clear is that Jacob Rees-Mogg is not going to get his brexit wish of a UK economy on fire.

The reason Jacob Rees-Mogg is being said to want the UK economy on fire is that nobody involved in drafting this incoherent Bill has bothered to work out which laws will be cancelled and what the implications would be.

It would make trade with other nations impossible because nobody would know the rules.

And that’s just one problem with it!

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