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UKCA, what now?

kerry davies

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2 hours ago, kerry davies said:

I have given up trying to navigate the REUL dashboard but in June the HSE announced that 38 H&S laws would automatically revoke on December 31st coming. They conveniently did not list them but told people to go find them on REUL under the DWP department. 

This seems to be the page/XLS. Column B has a filter where DWP can be selected.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/schedule-of-retained-eu-law#:~:text=The Retained EU Law (Revocation,easily amended%2C revoked and replaced.

This page mentions the 38 pieces of REUL: https://www.hse.gov.uk/brexit/reul.htm

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HSE block seems to be Biocide permission extensions that have already expired, and regulations about agreements between EU countries (so no longer applicable anyway)

That document reads as absolute desperation to find anything at all.

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46 minutes ago, Tomo said:

That document reads as absolute desperation to find anything at all.

Agreed. Yesterday they leaked to the Financial Times that "Brexit checks on fresh farm produce coming to the UK from the EU have been delayed for the fifth time."  First in 2020, then twice in 2021 and once in 2022.

Since the EU complied with the deal and the TCA ages ago, UK food businesses are at a significant disadvantage which looks like continuing because there are still no signs of facilities to conduct SPS checks.  This taking back control isn't going too well.

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