The UK will retain some laws of the European Union (EU) after the release of its composition. This was announced by the transport Minister, Chris Grayling, writes Reuters.
“There are some things that we want to preserve: in the field of the environment, for example in the area of workers’ rights,” said Grayling.
He also said that “the great law of cancellation”, which will cancel the effect of the act, including Britain in the EU, will be considered by the Parliament from may 2017 to may 2018.
Earlier today, Prime Minister Theresa may said that the country will officially begin the process of withdrawal from the EU no later than March 2017. Mei noted that the process of withdrawal will be difficult, therefore, hopes that will now begin preparatory work with the EU, then the negotiations went smoothly.
After meeting Mae, the head of the European Council, Donald Tusk, expected that Britain would be prepared to begin the process of exit from the EU in January-February next year.