BREXIT – regulation?

Brexit – RRegulation an opportunity for the UK to get it right

UK Consumers are about 66% of the UK economy spending over £1,200,000,000,000 per annum.

How we are served by both public and private sectors of the economy is fundamental to the UK’s success, our prosperity, better jobs, more money in our pockets, not being scammed and being able to do want we want and not what others force us to do.

UK regulation of all this will be different post Brexit and the NCF has a thought provoking paper on the likely expansion of UK regulation post Brexit and what we should be doing about it The Consumer and Brexit  – Regulation and Regulators: are we worried?

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UK/US TRADE TALKS: 

STANDARDISATION ISSUES FOR CONSUMERS

 

The NCF has set out consumer Red Lines for a trade agreement with the United States. There must be no automatic recognition of US Standards in the UK in any trade deal. This is necessary for several reasons including the very different standards development procedures in the two countries. The NCF has written to the Minister for International Trade, Ranil Jayawardena MP providing him with a consumer briefing on our recommendations.

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