It would be wrong for the PM to allow any changes to EU-derived laws without proper Parliamentary scrutiny – Starmer
Keir Starmer MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the EU, commenting on a report from the Hansard Society about parliamentary scrutiny of the Brexit bill, said:
“It would be wrong for the PM to allow any changes to EU-derived laws without proper Parliamentary scrutiny.
“That is why Labour have been clear that any changes must be delivered through primary legislation and with proper transparency and accountability.
“In particular we will argue that all workers’ rights, consumer rights and environmental protections derived from EU law should be fully protected—no qualifications, limitations or sunset clauses.
“The PM should listen to the warnings she has received today from the Hansard society. And she should be in no doubt that Labour will fight all the way on this”.