Interior Market bill provides Britain approved framework for substitute, says Gove
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Interior Market bill is an economic measure that provides a approved framework for the nation’s market post-Brexit, minister Michael Gove stated on Thursday, describing regulations that has provoked a row with the European Union.
Gove, who leads the chief’s work on enforcing the divorce agreement, informed a parliamentary committee that “the crucial thing to stress in regards to the UK Interior Market bill is that it is miles basically an economic measure”.
“And the UK Interior Market bill is there to verify that as we depart the European Union, as for the final 40 years many of the principles that safe dominated the circulation of goods all over the place in the UK safe been EU single market principles, that now we safe a sturdy approved framework to underpin that.”
Reporting by William James, writing by Elizabeth Piper, editing by Estelle Shirbon