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25 Feb 2021

UK-EU Relations

UK Regulation after Brexit

How has UK regulation changed since the transition period came to an end on 31 December 2020? Has the UK diverged from EU policy or does continuity prevail? What functions and responsibilities transferred from the EU to UK regulators after 1 January 2021, and are the UK authorities ready? What are the long term prospects for UK alignment or divergence?

This report takes a first step to mapping the new regulatory settlement in the wake of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

A joint initiative by ‘Negotiating the Future’ – a project undertaken by UK in a Changing Europe together with the Centre for Competition Policy, and Brexit & Environment, it brings together leading specialists in policy and regulation to examine the impact on UK regulation of decisions taken by the UK government and the Trade and Cooperation Agreement.

Coordinated by Professor Hussein Kassim, Senior Fellow at UK in a Changing Europe and Principal Investigator of ‘Negotiating the Future Relationship’ at the University of East Anglia, Professor Andrew Jordan, co-chair, Brexit & Environment at the University of East Anglia, and Professor Sean Ennis, Director of the Centre for Competition Policy at the University of East Anglia.

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