The Institute for Government's latest report looks at a gap in the Government’s current proposals for governing the UK’s future relationship with the EU. The UK will give domestic regulatory and enforcement bodies powers to perform functions currently undertaken by EU bodies, but has been silent on who would take over the role of the Commission and EU agencies in overseeing them. The report argues that the EU will need confidence in UK performance if it is to agree anything like the deep access to the Single Market the UK wants – and sets out the seven critical questions on how to design the future system the UK must answer, including how to create a regime that offers the greatest guarantees of ALB independence.
Supervision after Brexit
November 09 2018
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