Boris Johnson removes EU laws in bid to boost post-Brexit economy | News

Boris Johnson will try to reboot his government tomorrow with a series of post-Brexit Reforms designed to boost the economy and reunite the coalition of voters who brought him to power three years ago.

In his last chance to significant reform before the next election, Johnson will announce measures designed to capitalise on Britain’s departure from the European Union, update the planning system and improve standards in schools.

He will detail plans to remove hundreds of pieces of EU law from the statute book, cut regulations for small businesses and remove environmental restrictions that can delay or prevent infrastructure projects.

The Treasury will outline proposals to open up more than £10 billion of UK investment through a post-Brexit overhaul of the insurance industry.

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