Anti-Brexit protesters demonstrate on Whitehall opposite Downing Street in London.
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The British government set out Thursday how it would handle the mammoth task of converting European Union laws into domestic legislation in preparation for its exit from the bloc, seeking to ease business uncertainty about life after Brexit.The plan centers around a "Great Repeal Bill" due to be laid before Parliament in May. The bill will transpose EU law, repeal the 1972 European Communities Act which formalizes Britain's EU membership, and give ministers the power to change existing laws to make sure they work after Brexit.Analysis by Thomson Reuters says 52,741 laws have been introduced in the U.K. as a result of EU legislation since 1990, and research published by Parliament estimates 13.2 percent of U.K. primary and secondary legislation enacted between 1993 and 2004 was EU-related.
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