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The Globe and Mail
In wake of Brexit vote, a high-stakes financial race to replace Londona tax haven, it is already a sophisticated financial services centre, and is ho
In wake of Brexit vote, a high-stakes financial race to replace London
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
a tax haven, it is already a sophisticated financial services centre, and is home to the European Investment Bank and the European Court of Justice. Mercer ranks it relatively high on quality of life (19th in the world) and it has a surprising... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Euro cities jockey for clearing houses after Brexit voteBank, which sought to have the largest euro-denominated transactions moved into
Euro cities jockey for clearing houses after Brexit vote
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 6 hours ago
Bank, which sought to have the largest euro-denominated transactions moved into the eurozone. That bid was rejected by the European Court of Justice in March 2015 -- but a UK outside the EU would no longer enjoy the same protection. One of the... Read more
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heraldscotland
EU 'transitional holding pen' talks for Scotland have been held, MSPs toldvia a free trade corridor that Scotland enjoyed with the EU," he said. Profess
EU 'transitional holding pen' talks for Scotland have been held, MSPs told
heraldscotland / Posted 8 hours ago
via a free trade corridor that Scotland enjoyed with the EU," he said. Professor Sir David Edward, a former judge at the European Court of Justice, said those imagining "a free-floating Scotland" in the EU and the UK "cannot ignore... Read more
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DW
Why people are increasingly talking about the 'Norway model' | Bye-bye Europe |in the European Parliament (MEPs). It has no national member of the European C
Why people are increasingly talking about the 'Norway model' | Bye-bye Europe |
DW / Posted 9 hours ago
in the European Parliament (MEPs). It has no national member of the European Commission, no judge on the bench at the European Court of Justice (ECJ), and its citizens do not have the right to vote in EU elections, or to work in EU... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Brexit: Why the UK is Unlikely to Have a General Election Sooninevitably end up in the Supreme Court. It could even – oh, the irony of ironie
Brexit: Why the UK is Unlikely to Have a General Election Soon
Naked Capitalism / Posted 12 hours ago
inevitably end up in the Supreme Court. It could even – oh, the irony of ironies! – end up getting leave to be heard in the European Court of Justice. Even best-case, you’re looking at a similar year or more of legal shenanigans. It is also... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
EU 'transitional holding pen' talks for Scotland under way - former EC adviservia a free trade corridor that Scotland enjoyed with the EU," he said. Profess
EU 'transitional holding pen' talks for Scotland under way - former EC adviser
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
via a free trade corridor that Scotland enjoyed with the EU," he said. Professor Sir David Edward, a former judge at the European Court of Justice, said those imagining "a free-floating Scotland" in the EU and the UK "cannot ignore... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
EU 'transitional holding pen' talks for Scotland under way - former EC adviservia a free trade corridor that Scotland enjoyed with the EU," he said. Profess
EU 'transitional holding pen' talks for Scotland under way - former EC adviser
Croydon Guardian / Posted 13 hours ago
via a free trade corridor that Scotland enjoyed with the EU," he said. Professor Sir David Edward, a former judge at the European Court of Justice, said those imagining "a free-floating Scotland" in the EU and the UK "cannot ignore... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
EU 'transitional holding pen' talks for Scotland under way - former EC adviservia a free trade corridor that Scotland enjoyed with the EU," he said. Profess
EU 'transitional holding pen' talks for Scotland under way - former EC adviser
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 13 hours ago
via a free trade corridor that Scotland enjoyed with the EU," he said. Professor Sir David Edward, a former judge at the European Court of Justice, said those imagining "a free-floating Scotland" in the EU and the UK "cannot ignore... Read more
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The Financial Express
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movementBritain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movement
The Financial Express / Posted 19 hours ago
Britain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector, without having EU rules enforced by the European Court of Justice or paying as much as London does now into the EU budget. He has also said British citizens would... Read more
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The World Game
Brexit: Its impact on the EPL, and AustraliaFrench club refused to pay. To rub salt into the wound RFC Liege relegated the
Brexit: Its impact on the EPL, and Australia
The World Game / Posted 20 hours ago
French club refused to pay. To rub salt into the wound RFC Liege relegated the player to the reserves. Bosman went to the European Court of Justice for help. Five years after the original transfer request, the Court ruled in his favour, causing a... Read more
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The Telegraph
EU delivers tough message to UKBritain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector
EU delivers tough message to UK
The Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Britain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector, without having EU rules enforced by the European Court of Justice or paying as much as London does now into the EU budget. He has also said British citizens would... Read more
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Eye Witness News
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movementBritain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movement
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
Britain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector, without having EU rules enforced by the European Court of Justice or paying as much as London does now into the EU budget. He has also said British citizens would... Read more
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Swissinfo
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movementBritain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movement
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
Britain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector, without having EU rules enforced by the European Court of Justice or paying as much as London does now into the EU budget. He has also said British citizens would... Read more
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Reuters
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movementBritain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movement
Reuters / Posted yesterday
Britain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector, without having EU rules enforced by the European Court of Justice or paying as much as London does now into the EU budget. He has also said British citizens would... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movementBritain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movement
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
Britain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector, without having EU rules enforced by the European Court of Justice or paying as much as London does now into the EU budget. He has also said British citizens would... Read more
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The Star
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movementBritain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movement
The Star / Posted yesterday
Britain could have full market access, including for the vital financial sector, without having EU rules enforced by the European Court of Justice or paying as much as London does now into the EU budget. He has also said British citizens would... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Techxit Brexit – People, investment, regulation, data sovereignty, location, privacy, cybersecurity - how the UK tech sector must adjust to living at the edge of the networkunder EU Rights. Most recently the Data Regulation and Investigatory Powers Act
Techxit Brexit – People, investment, regulation, data sovereignty, location, privacy, cybersecurity - how the UK tech sector must adjust to living at the edge of the network
Computer Business Review / Posted yesterday
under EU Rights. Most recently the Data Regulation and Investigatory Powers Act 2014 (DRIPA) has been challenged in the European Court of Justice and the decision is outstanding. A Britain freed of EU constraints would almost certainly would be... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
On Brexit for Nigeriaimmigration. There were not a few who had become incensed by the fact that laws
On Brexit for Nigeria
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
immigration. There were not a few who had become incensed by the fact that laws made in Britain could be overruled by the European Court of Justice in Brussels. However, the main grouse of the "nationalists" was the influx of immigrants into... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Brexit could cause data privacy headaches for US companiesEurope to monitor the situation closely. Safe Harbour issues resurface Another
Brexit could cause data privacy headaches for US companies
techcentral.ie / Posted yesterday
Europe to monitor the situation closely. Safe Harbour issues resurface Another issue dates back to last year when the European Court of Justice sent shock waves across the world by ruling that the US-EU Safe Harbour Agreement was invalid. In... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Handball star who batted for cricketersin Slovakia's handball team for 71 internationals. He didn't have cricket or ru
Handball star who batted for cricketers
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted yesterday
in Slovakia's handball team for 71 internationals. He didn't have cricket or rugby in mind when he approached the European Court of Justice to challenge a foreign-player restriction that had been imposed on a German club he wanted to... Read more
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Scotsman
Scott Macnab: Between a rock and a hard placeeven as an associate EU member. This would require major changes to the legal s
Scott Macnab: Between a rock and a hard place
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
even as an associate EU member. This would require major changes to the legal system as much jurisdiction is ceded to the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. And approval for any new deal which is reached will again be at the mercy of all 27... Read more
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DW
LuxLeaks, law and justice all part of tax scandal trial in Luxembourg |base their decision on other principles, "for instance, expanded definitions pu
LuxLeaks, law and justice all part of tax scandal trial in Luxembourg |
DW / Posted 2 days ago
base their decision on other principles, "for instance, expanded definitions put forth by the Council of Europe or the European Court of Justice. Thus they could very well grant immunity from punishment," hopes Osterhaus. Journalist Eduard... Read more
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DW
A Brexit for English as EU language? |translated into the other "official languages of the Union" within eight weeks.
A Brexit for English as EU language? |
DW / Posted 2 days ago
translated into the other "official languages of the Union" within eight weeks. Another treaty protocol (number 3) on the European Court of Justice states that its "language arrangements shall be laid down" by European Council "acting... Read more
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International Business Times
Brexit: Britain is leaving Europe - it is time for us to figure out what that means Policy, which has subsidised industrial farming for decades, can be scrapped al
Brexit: Britain is leaving Europe - it is time for us to figure out what that means
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
Policy, which has subsidised industrial farming for decades, can be scrapped altogether. On constitutional matters the European Court of Justice is gone, along with the prospect of being part of a comprehensive EU foreign policy or EU... Read more
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heraldscotland
Sturgeon assembles heavyweight panel to advise on Scotland's place in EUShe said that members would also include Professor Sir David Edward, former jud
Sturgeon assembles heavyweight panel to advise on Scotland's place in EU
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
She said that members would also include Professor Sir David Edward, former judge of the European Court of Justice, Dame Marriot Leslie, former UK ambassador to NATO and Lord John Kerr, formerly head of the Diplomatic Service at the Foreign and... Read more
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guardian-series
Cryer praises Leyton and Wanstead EU nationals, saying leave vote was not 'xenophobic'for voting to leave were the European Commission and Council of Ministers' lack
Cryer praises Leyton and Wanstead EU nationals, saying leave vote was not 'xenophobic'
guardian-series / Posted 2 days ago
for voting to leave were the European Commission and Council of Ministers' lack of accountability and transparency and the European Court of Justice’s “consistent rulings in the interest of big business and against trade unionists”. He added that... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Despite the uncertainty, if Executive gets it right we can move to prosperityas a location for inward investment. An optimistic view might be that Brexit m
Despite the uncertainty, if Executive gets it right we can move to prosperity
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
as a location for inward investment. An optimistic view might be that Brexit means we are beyond the remit of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), but does it also follow that there is no longer any need (given the Azores Judgement could... Read more
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The Washington Times
Media hysteria over Brexitgreat change wrought by Brexit is that Britain will extricate itself from “the
Media hysteria over Brexit
The Washington Times / Posted 3 days ago
great change wrought by Brexit is that Britain will extricate itself from “the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal.” The only mystery here is why it took Britain so long to... Read more
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Daily Star
Favourite for PM Boris Johnson hails 'golden' new dawn for UK post-Brexititself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation – the vast
Favourite for PM Boris Johnson hails 'golden' new dawn for UK post-Brexit
Daily Star / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation – the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. “This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this... Read more
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Fortune
Here's What Wall Street Says Is Going to Happen After Brexitlite’ whereby Article 50 is not invoked and the E.U. compromises on the critica
Here's What Wall Street Says Is Going to Happen After Brexit
Fortune / Posted 3 days ago
lite’ whereby Article 50 is not invoked and the E.U. compromises on the critical issues of immigration and supremacy of the European Court of Justice. We believe that the EU might well compromise over immigration because it is a pan-European issue... Read more
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DW
A lot of questions in Brussels after Brexit vote | Bye-bye Europe |the EU. In the worst case, the EU and Great Britain will head to court as in a
A lot of questions in Brussels after Brexit vote | Bye-bye Europe |
DW / Posted 3 days ago
the EU. In the worst case, the EU and Great Britain will head to court as in a divorce. Perhaps they can even sue at the European Court of Justice for the implementation of Article 50. A war of the roses in Luxembourg? EU diplomats are not... Read more
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ABC News
What's Next for the UK After Brexit Voteitself from the E.U.’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast
What's Next for the UK After Brexit Vote
ABC News / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the E.U.’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal.” But the particulars have not been worked out with the E.U., so... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Post Brexit: The latest updates, next moves and how it happenedthe euro.What is the EU? The EU has 28 member states that sends members to the
Post Brexit: The latest updates, next moves and how it happened
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
the euro.What is the EU? The EU has 28 member states that sends members to the European parliament and abide by the European Court of Justice among other institutions. It has its own currency, the euro, used by 19 members; a parliament;... Read more
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Tax-News.com
ECJ Rules On Foreign Language Invoicesup cross-border invoices exclusively in a particular language, failing which th
ECJ Rules On Foreign Language Invoices
Tax-News.com / Posted 3 days ago
up cross-border invoices exclusively in a particular language, failing which they are null and void, infringes EU law, the European Court of Justice has ruled. Parties must have the possibility of drawing up such invoices in another language they... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Brussels rejects Boris Johnson 'pipe dream' over single market accessdiplomat stressed that participating in the single market meant accepting EU ru
Brussels rejects Boris Johnson 'pipe dream' over single market access
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
diplomat stressed that participating in the single market meant accepting EU rules, including the jurisdiction of the European court of justice, monitoring by the European commission and accepting the primacy of EU law over national law –... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
EU wants quick Brexit but UK to drag, delayrelated to future trade deals. On Scotland’s ability to block the Brexit proce
EU wants quick Brexit but UK to drag, delay
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 3 days ago
related to future trade deals. On Scotland’s ability to block the Brexit process, David Edward, former justice of the European Court of Justice, told the committee that legislative consent from the Scottish parliament will be required, but... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Labour leader Corbyn cornered; May to block Boris as PMitself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast a
Labour leader Corbyn cornered; May to block Boris as PM
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this... Read more
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International Business Times
Is there a bloxit option? How the UK could avoid leaving the EU after Brexit referendum itself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast a
Is there a bloxit option? How the UK could avoid leaving the EU after Brexit referendum
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. So maybe he will not invoke Article 50 after all, we can forget... Read more
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International Business Times
Is there a bloxit option? How the UK avoid swerve leaving the EU after Brexit referendum itself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast a
Is there a bloxit option? How the UK avoid swerve leaving the EU after Brexit referendum
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. So maybe he will not invoke Article 50 after all, we can forget... Read more
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RTE News
No derogation from water charges, Commission saysinitiate infringement proceedings against Ireland if it abandons water charges.
No derogation from water charges, Commission says
RTE News / Posted 3 days ago
initiate infringement proceedings against Ireland if it abandons water charges. If the Commission takes Ireland to the European Court of Justice it could result in daily fines worth millions of euro. Opponents of water charges have argued that... Read more
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Irish Examiner
At least 10 senior Conservatives tipped for leadership fightitself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast a
At least 10 senior Conservatives tipped for leadership fight
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. "This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Boris "Just Kidding" Johnson Outlines His Rainbows and Unicorns Brexit Planitself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast a
Boris "Just Kidding" Johnson Outlines His Rainbows and Unicorns Brexit Plan
Naked Capitalism / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this... Read more
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SKY News
Boris Insists Pound And Markets Are Stableitself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast a
Boris Insists Pound And Markets Are Stable
SKY News / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. "This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this... Read more
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Online Recruitment
ARC response to referendum decisioncertain minimum EU rules, for example as accepted by Norway and Switzerland. A
ARC response to referendum decision
Online Recruitment / Posted 3 days ago
certain minimum EU rules, for example as accepted by Norway and Switzerland. Also, once we are actually out of the EU, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) will no longer in effect be the ultimate law court and arbitrator of decisions affecting the... Read more
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Online Recruitment
Does Brexit spell employment Armageddon?of the current areas where we may see change is in relation to Working Time and
Does Brexit spell employment Armageddon?
Online Recruitment / Posted 3 days ago
of the current areas where we may see change is in relation to Working Time and the decisions we have had from the European Court of Justice on accrual of holidays during sick leave and of course the calculation of holiday pay in relation... Read more
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Aljazeera
Brexit: Chancellor warns against launching Article 50itself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast a
Brexit: Chancellor warns against launching Article 50
Aljazeera / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. "This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Cameron loyalists launch 'anyone but Boris' plot as Tory leadership race beginsitself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast a
Cameron loyalists launch 'anyone but Boris' plot as Tory leadership race begins
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. "This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this... Read more
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Daily Record
George Osborne moves to calm stock market after Brexit voteitself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast a
George Osborne moves to calm stock market after Brexit vote
Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Cameron loyalists launch 'anyone by Boris' plot as Tory leadership race beginsitself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast a
Cameron loyalists launch 'anyone by Boris' plot as Tory leadership race begins
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU's extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. "This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this... Read more
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metro
Osborne's U-turn: There won't be austerity or an emergency budget after allitself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast a
Osborne's U-turn: There won't be austerity or an emergency budget after all
metro / Posted 3 days ago
itself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this... Read more
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