Sometimes the problem has been with the European regulations themseles, but we must not underestimate the ability of British regulators to "gold plate" EU regulations when drafting the instruments which implement them in Britain, and often make matters worse.
I don't want the EU taking decisions which would be better taken in national governments such as Westminster: I don't want Westminster taking decisions which would be better devolved to locally elected councils: and I don't want Brussels, Westminister or the council taking decisions which would better be left to the individual family, business, school or hospital.
An example would be that Brussels recently involved itself in local speed limits. As Conservative MEP Jackie Foster pointed out at the time, this was ridiculous. Whether to have a local speed limit of, say, 20 mph in a particular village should not be a decision for Whitehall or Westminster, never mind Brussels, but should be a matter for the local highways authority after discussion with local people and their representatives at parish level.