LIZ Truss yesterday pushed forward with a ‘Brexit Freedoms Bill’ that will repeal or replace all Brussels rules by the end of 2023.
It will mean ministers will have the power to tear them apart completely or replace them with brand new ones – if they see fit.
About £1 billion in bureaucracy rules is expected to be demolished initially to help businesses and boost the economy.
Company Secretary Jacob Rees-Mogg praised Sun readers last night for giving him a ton of ideas about which barmy EU rules should go in the bin.
And he promised that he would do everything he could to make life easier and better for the British.
He told The Sun: “When the UK made the historic decision to leave the European Union in 2016, we voted to take back control of our borders, our money and our laws.
“The Brexit Freedoms Bill will end the special status of EU law in the UK legal system, meaning we can easily amend or remove outdated laws that – until now – have been a burden on businesses and workers across the country.
“I want to thank the thousands of readers of The Sun who have sent me excellent suggestions for EU laws we should tear up to help UK companies innovate and invest.
“I will use my powers as Business Secretary to change our country’s laws to make life easier and better for Brits – that’s the real Brexit bonus.”