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Quangos spending 195bn a year to expand after Brexit
« on: August 01, 2017, 11:03:26 AM »
In order to soak up the duties currently functioned by the EU UK quangos are expected to have to expand reports The Times. Particularly mentioned are the Medicines and Healthcare Regulation Authority, the Civil Aviation Authority which will have to assess, inspect and license all airlines and aircraft flying in UK airspace, and the Rural Payments Agency.

Perhaps the functions carried out by the EU save us money.

Meanwhile the UK is to lose the European Medicines Agency and the European Banking Authority currently based in Canary Wharf and will have to pay the costs of the removals. The EMA contract requires rent to be paid for 20 years after it has left amounting to 293 million.


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