|Author (Corporate)||UK in a Changing Europe|
|Publisher||UK in a Changing Europe|
|Series Title||UKiCE Reports|
|Publication Date||March 2022|
This is the third edition of the UK in a Changing Europe’s UK-EU regulatory divergence tracker, covering 27 cases of divergence since December 2021.
There are fourteen cases of active divergence (where the UK – or some part of it – takes steps to move away from retained EU law), ten of passive divergence (where the EU legislates and the UK – or some part – does not follow), and three of procedural divergence (where the UK has to introduce new systems to manage policy absent substantive divergence). There are also eleven cases with an additional ‘internal impact’ label, to indicate where UK-EU divergence is leading either to divergence in regulation between different parts of the UK, or has some other impact on the operation of relations between the four UK governments.
|Subject Tags||EU Law, National Law | Legal Systems|
|Countries / Regions||United Kingdom|
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|