• How the 'Brussels Effect' will continue to run Britain's economy long after Brexit

    One year ago - By Business Insider

    Brexit backers promise that EU departure will liberate the UK from the grip of Brussels.
    The reality is likely to be very different.
    It comes down the "Brussels effect," a term coined by law professor Anu Bradford which describes the huge and growing influence Europe's single market wields over companies across the world.
    LONDON - Speaking last year, foreign secretary Boris Johnson said it would be "madness" to leave the EU "without taking back control of our regulatory freedoms," adding that Britain "may just may want to do things differently" after Brexit.
    It echoes a key pledge from...
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