So the UK DP laws remain someof the worst implementations of EU directives in Europe.
To the point where the flaws are so serious it is deemed even talking about them in public will FUBAR the UK/EU relationship
And has been so for close to 2 decades at least.
Given that a lot of the UK's economy is based on "intangibles" IE financial services it's not looking like a lot of that will stay in London post Brexit.
Will the UK have to join so many of it's former colonies and protectorates as a tax haven for peoples wealth?