Thousands of EU laws on everything from workers' rights to the environment are to be transferred into UK law as the country gears up for Brexit.
Brexit Secretary David Davis said the Great Repeal Bill would allow the UK Parliament and Welsh, Scottish and Northern Ireland administrations to scrap, amend and improve laws.
It would also end the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice.
The Great Repeal Bill - the greatest misnomer ever.
Nothing is bloody repealed. All EU law will be incorporated into ours.
My grasp of English is rudimentary at best, but even I know the difference between incorporation and repeal.
Why isn't this called The Great Incorporation Bill?