Escaping the jurisdiction of the Court of Justice for the European Union by EUXIT?

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Abstract

Escaping the jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) is not just one of the
goals professed in the White Paper on exiting the EU – it most likely qualifies as one of the Prime
Minister’s red lines for any so-called “Brexit Deal”, next to free movement. After all, the Court of Justice found some flag ship policies devised under Theresa May as Home Secretary to be incompatible with EU law, lastly - on 21 December 2016 - the Data Retention Regulations, also dubbed “Snoopers’ Charta”. But just how realistic is it to achieve this aim? The occasional paper discusses this question, analysing the EU Treaties, the EEA Treaty, and the EU's treaties with neighbouring countries and the Trade Agreement with Canada (CETA)
Original languageEnglish
TypeOccasional Paper
Media of outputon-line paper series
PublisherJean Monnet Centre of Excellence "Tension at the Fringes of the European Union"
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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