Repeal all laws that are incompatible with the environmental needs of Britain

There are a great number of laws which are environmmentally unacceptable. A review of all laws should be undertaken and an environmental impact study conducted for each law to determine its environmental impact . Some laws may only need minor revision to the wording with guidelines added, other will need to repealed totally. Most of the laws of Britain were written in unlighted times when the environment  was not considered to be of any importance.

Why is this idea important?

There are a great number of laws which are environmmentally unacceptable. A review of all laws should be undertaken and an environmental impact study conducted for each law to determine its environmental impact . Some laws may only need minor revision to the wording with guidelines added, other will need to repealed totally. Most of the laws of Britain were written in unlighted times when the environment  was not considered to be of any importance.

Update 1974 Health & Safety at Work Act

The 1974 Health & Safety at Work Act, to be updated & simplified.

Ambiguities & outdated clauses should be repealed.

The December 2008 HSE 3rd Simplification Plan, should be enacted and the included in a modernised act.

Why is this idea important?

The 1974 Health & Safety at Work Act, to be updated & simplified.

Ambiguities & outdated clauses should be repealed.

The December 2008 HSE 3rd Simplification Plan, should be enacted and the included in a modernised act.

Removing outdated legislation

I suggest the following outdated statutes are examined with a view to amending or repealing them:

The Hares Preservation Act 1892

The Foreign Prison-Made Goods Act 1897

The Auctions (Bidding Agreements) Act 1927

The Easter Act 1928

The Weeds Act 1959

Why is this idea important?

I suggest the following outdated statutes are examined with a view to amending or repealing them:

The Hares Preservation Act 1892

The Foreign Prison-Made Goods Act 1897

The Auctions (Bidding Agreements) Act 1927

The Easter Act 1928

The Weeds Act 1959