Some would say the EU provides important protections:
Futures Forum: Brexit: and the UK damaging its international reputation if it fails to deliver a "green" Brexit and maintain the EU’s strong environmental protections
Others would say that these 'protections' simply amount to 'protectionism':
Futures Forum: Brexit: and 'lost subsidies, export tariffs and increased competition'
And whilst the EU itself is looking for a better sort of protection:
Futures Forum: Brexit: and 'better regulation'
... others would say we need to get rid of most if not all of these:
Futures Forum: Brexit: and a bonfire of EU red tape
Especially silly rules and regulations such as demanding airlines pay compensation for delayed flights...
Futures Forum: Brexit: and how the EU made the UK sign up to the compensation of delayed air passengers, which we objected to because ...
Of course, some would have cause to get out of the EU and 'free up' their financial investments a bit:
Futures Forum: Brexit: and the Anti Tax Avoidance Directive
Futures Forum: Brexit: and the story of dark money ratcheting up
Futures Forum: "If Brexit was the creation, in part, of this new world of offshore money and political influence campaigns, Brexit may well ensure that it continues unrestricted."
But why spoil a good story.
Here's a piece reprinted from the US think tank, the Foundation for Economic Education:
One State Just Repealed Its Entire Regulatory Code. Now What? - Foundation for Economic Education
Regulatory Reset In Idaho - Econlib