UK-EU: The draft UK/EU renegotiation deal: is it 'legally binding and irreversible'?


"The draft deal on renegotiation of the UK’s EU membership has already caused great controversy: both from those (mostly in the UK) who think it does not go far enough, and those (mostly in the rest of the EU) who think it goes too far in revising EU law to satisfy the objections of one Member State. These issues are mainly substantive, and I have addressed some of them in an earlier post about the immigration aspects of the draft deal."

See: The draft UK/EU renegotiation deal: is it 'legally binding and irreversible'? (EU Law Analysis link) by Professor Steve Peers, Professor of Law, University of Essex:

 

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