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The review will also look at so called goldplating of EU laws, something that is known to infuriate not just Cameron, but also ministers.
The draft report also deplores the continuing tendency in member states to complicate and over-elaborate EU laws when it comes to their transposition into national legislation, the so-called "goldplating".
Unfortunately the bunnies, the hovercraft and its pretty goldplating might need to go too - gotta be one with “the common man” and all that.
As he and North constantly point out, half the problem is the British government goldplating EU legislation.
As more evidence surfaces of use of sub-standard material, rigging of bids, goldplating and sanctioning of projects which were not needed at all and favouritism in selection of successful contractors, the investigating agencies are going to have their hands full.