You can take Britain out of the EU but you cannot take the EU out of Britain - not at least if you transfer the thousands of burdensome Kafkaesque EU laws into British law and call it a Repeal Bill which is precisely what the government is proceeding to do today. Can Britain be said to have left the EU at all if it places every jot and tittle of EU law onto its statute books? Only in a pigs eye.
The argument for doing this insane thing is as weak as it is specious -namely that not to transfer all the thousands of EU laws into British law would create a 'legal black hole'.I have yet to hear an explanation of what this means. That an absence of laws that cripple business and give employees faux rights will cast everyone into a black hole? Maybe it will cast lawyers into a black hole? That is almost an argument for it in itself.
No, the only explanation why the British State wishes to visit the thousands of EU laws on the UK is because it shares the same statist agendas as the EU and intends to emulate it in an en bloc cut and paste adoption of its non objective statist laws.