Initial package of regulatory reform will reduce unnecessary regulation for businesses, cutting costs and allowing them to compete.
Reducing burdensome red tape and tailoring rules to suit the UK economy could save employers around £1 billion a year
First of a series of announcements taking advantage of the UK’s post-Brexit regulatory freedoms, delivering on our promise to grow the economy
The first dynamic package of deregulatory reforms to grow the economy, cut costs for businesses and support consumers was unveiled today.
Today we have also updated the Retained EU Law (REUL) Dashboard, which was first published on 22 June 2022 and updated in January this year. The dashboard sets out for each piece of REUL its name, type and territorial extent. The dashboard also provides an overview of the percentages of REUL which have already been amended, repealed or replaced.