Now that the UK voted to leave the EU, the Government will regain parliamentary sovereignty and so will no longer be bound to have national legislation reflecting the many EU directives covering laws in the workplace. It will therefore be free to abolish or amend existing laws as it saw fit. This transcends many aspects of EU based workplace regulation from working time and discrimination to health and safety, immigration and some aspects of remuneration. Clyde & Co set out some thoughts on how this may operate in practice.
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