and compliance regimes. Once out, these rules will have to be replaced, be
recognised and be enforced. If you want to import or export in future,
compliance with these EU rules will require more red tape and costs.
environmental regulations, waste shipment, occupational health and safety, competition rules, public procurement, intellectual property rules, personal data protection and all the products standards
- gaps areavoided in areas currently covered by EU regulations, such as
the "new approach" regulations (machinery, drug precursors,
medicines, pressure equipment, medical devices, etc.).
- UK standardisation bodies are encouraged to participate
actively within the EU standardisation framework.
sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) standards and consumer information
requirements for food products