Yesterday the Subsidy Control Bill passed its third reading Brexit has given us the freedom to develop an agile system which will support businesses up and down the country We have seized this opportunity to create a new, bespoke regime to benefit the whole of the UK 🇬🇧

Dec 15, 2021 · 2:47 PM UTC

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Replying to @KwasiKwarteng
We sell products to the EU and so we have to follow EU law. We now have to go through a mountain of redtape to export them. Brexit is just a load of pointless new bureaucracy.
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Don't be so ridiculous. We (the population of the UK) need EU law to protect us from your government. Stop the nonsense.
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The absence of additional oversight likely has dire consequences on procurement that seems already plagued by corruption. Brexit gives the Tories the opportunity to turbocharge the corruption that is causing Britain's economic engines to splutter.
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We haven't had any support.
Replying to @KwasiKwarteng
Enabling us to be more agile in this fast paced world is one of the main benefits of Brexit. The EU 27 countries - as a group - can never be as agile as we can. Not agile = Missed opportunities. Good work Kwasi.
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Benefit your and @BorisJohnson 's rich mates would be more to the point!
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The Subsidy Control Bill needs fine tuning in order to work properly. That some improvements are required is not only my view - but it’s also the view of every person I’ve spoken who regularly advises on the compliance of subsidies. Let’s seize the opportunity to fine tune…
A short 🧵 on the Subsidy Control Bill as it heads to the House of Lords... • what are the key issues? • is the Government starting to realise that some amendments will need to be made in order to have a functioning regime? 1/7
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