Prime Minister pledges Brexit Freedoms Bill to cut EU red tape
A new ‘Brexit Freedoms’ Bill will be brought forward by the government, under plans unveiled by the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, to mark the two-year anniversary of Getting Brexit Done.
UK government hopes that the Bill will make it easier to amend or remove ‘retained EU law’ – the EU law kept on the statute book after Brexit as a bridging measure – and will accompany a major cross-government drive to reform, repeal and replace EU law. However, substantial changes in data protection laws may put in jeoperday EU’s decision on UK’s data protection adequacy and thus free flow of data between EU and UK.
Source: Prime Minister pledges Brexit Freedoms Bill to cut EU red tape – GOV.UK