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Old 05.09.2016, 18:41
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Before anybody can start negotiating for the UK they need to know what is the UK position; UK will be like a new country.
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How so? The UK doesn't start from scratch, it's not as if the UK was a lawless place at the moment or during those two years.
Because currently the UK has all its laws (like FMOP), Standards, etc. either from the EU or aligned with the EU.

One of the leave campaign promises was "We free our businesses from damaging EU laws and regulations"

So which laws and regulations will remain and which will no longer be in place, the UK negotiators will need to build from a firm legal foundation?
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