The UK’s departure from the EU must not lead to a dilution of the UK’s health and safety legislative framework, argues Peter McGettrick.
Following years of complex negotiations, a Trade and Co-operation Agreement has now been reached between the European Union (EU) and the UK, setting out the framework for future relations.
The deal is a welcome relief to many, first because it means that no tariffs or quotas will be introduced. However, there is change ahead for a range of sectors as they come to terms with a whole host of new rules and regulations affecting almost every aspect of the procurement and delivery of goods and services between the UK and the EU.
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