UK regulators ‘must have greater powers’ under no-deal Brexit

The UK’s regulators should be given stronger enforcement powers, more resources and greater independence in the event of a no-deal Brexit, a House of Lords committee has said

Lord Teverson
Chair of the EU energy and environment sub-committee, Lord Teverson

The UK’s regulators should be given stronger enforcement powers, more resources and greater independence in the event of a no-deal Brexit, a House of Lords committee has said.

Chair of the EU energy and environment

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