Internal Market invoice affords Britain very most sharp framework for trade, says Gove
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Internal Market invoice is an financial measure that offers an even framework for the nation’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 authorities’s work on implementing the divorce agreement, knowledgeable a parliamentary committee that “the precious thing to emphasise about the UK Internal Market invoice is that it is basically an financial measure”.
“And the UK Internal Market invoice is there to be clear that that as we rush away the European Union, as for the final 40 years many of the foundations which indulge in dominated the circulation of things at some stage within the UK were EU single market principles, that we indulge in a noteworthy very most sharp framework to underpin that.”
Reporting by William James, writing by Elizabeth Piper, editing by Estelle Shirbon