UK drops bid to abolish EU product safety stamp following kickback from businesses
Move marks the latest attempt British government to water the impact of Brexit on UK firms
The UK government has said that British companies can use the European Union’s product safety mark indefinitely, a climbdown on a post-Brexit plan to enforce the UK’s own standard that was criticized by businesses.
The move marks the latest attempt from Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s government to thin the impact of Brexit on UK businesses.
Companies can continue to apply for the EU “CE” label to sell goods in Britain, the UK Department for Business ...