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UK Post-Brexit quality assurance mark kicked down the road again


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The UK government has bowed to intense pressure from industry and announced plans to reduce the bureaucratic demands associated with the introduction of a new post-Brexit “UKCA” safety and quality assurance mark.

Paul Scully, the small-business minister, said on Monday that the UK would pass changes to make it “easier and cheaper” to transition to the new UKCA regime, which has been heavily criticised as unnecessary and expensive by industry bodies.

The “easements”, which include recognising EU tests on existing products as the basis for awarding a UKCA mark, were designed to “reduce compliance burdens and prevent costs that could be passed on to consumers,” he said.

UK to cut red tape around post-Brexit quality assurance mark | Financial Times (archive.ph)

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