Inner Market bill provides Britain apt framework for change, says Gove
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Inner Market bill is an financial measure that provides a apt framework for the country’s market post-Brexit, minister Michael Gove acknowledged on Thursday, describing legislation that has provoked a row with the European Union.
Gove, who leads the government’s work on enforcing the divorce settlement, informed a parliamentary committee that “the crucial component to emphasise referring to the UK Inner Market bill is that it’s basically an financial measure”.
“And the UK Inner Market bill is there to accomplish obvious as we leave the European Union, as for the final 40 years quite so much of the principles which have governed the circulation of goods proper via the UK have been EU single market principles, that we have a sturdy apt framework to underpin that.”
Reporting by William James, writing by Elizabeth Piper, editing by Estelle Shirbon
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