The Brexit regulation debate pits short-term disruption against future prosperity
14 Feb 2018 12:32 PM
Open Europe's Henry Newman argues if the UK doesn’t have the ability to decide its own rules in key areas, the Government will have sacrificed future prosperity to minimise short-term disruption.
Even the fiercest Whitehall advocates of the need to stay as close as possible to the EU post-Brexit, Treasury officials, recognise the risks of long-term rule-taking.
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