Draft statutory instruments
With anything other than status quo happening around Brexit, my understanding is that the government will need to implement statutory instruments for all existing EU regulations to allow existing rules and regulations to be enforced. I am guessing this is in draft status in case it needs to be rushed through if something gets decided or we drop out with no deal.
In terms of where this will end up (i.e being retained/dropped), I'm unsure if there is any clear indication either way at this point. And as there's no clear indication of it being about to be dropped, there isn't any lobbying that can be done to stop it (i.e. nothing) happening...
But I guess status quo wouldn't make for a clickbait story.