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The UK government has published a bill overwriting parts of the EU withdrawal agreement. Victoria Hewson analyses regulations at the Institute of Economic Affairs, and explains why the proposed UK law, which the government acknowledges could breach international law, is so controversial. We get the perspective of two British businesses about the possibility of there being no new trade deal in place before the end of the UK's transitional phase out of the EU at the end of this year. Andrew Varga runs SEETU, which makes safety valves, and Simon Boyd runs Reid Steel. And John Pickering, head of German domestic appliance manufacturer Miele in the UK tells us how European businesses see things developing. Also in the programme, despite a drive ongoing to reduce the amount of plastic people are using once and then throwing away, companies are still looking at possible alternative materials. Lise Honsinger is co-founder and chief operating officer of Notpla, and tells us about the firm's containers for food and liquids, which are made from seaweed.