Has the UK enacted any changes in laws that would've been impossible while being an EU member?

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Nov 15, 2021 12:05 AM 0 Answers
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The UK has left the EU and one of the biggest arguments in support was that idea that they could enact legislation that goes against EU rules, whether on trade with other nations, privacy, security, product standards, environmental regulation, etc. Since its now been 5 years since the Brexit vote has concluded and almost a year since the UK was completely out of the EU, is there any such legislation implemented in practice?

Note that I would exclude any trade deals with nations where the EU already had a trade deal, as by definition the UK could've traded with them freely while an EU member. I would also exclude any regulation that already exists in the EU or any law which the EU never opposed (such as the color of passports).

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