Brexiteers moaned that the EU gave us too much red tape, and promised there would be less of it.
Now they introduce the deceptively titled "Great Reform Bill" which simply translates all the red tape into UK law.
This 'gold-plating' is precisely how the UK has created a rod for its own back for decades. In fact, it's busy doing the same thing with the new Payment Services Directive (PSD2).
EU courts do not intepret the law to the letter. They consider a law's purpose when applying it.
But UK courts interpret UK law to the letter.
UK courts are entitled to take a purposive interpretation to EU law, but tend not to do so once the EU law has been absorbed into UK law.
So, the UK will actually have a worse form of red tape after Brexit than it does as an EU member.