Policy Exchange’s Professor Graham Gee gives evidence to Lords committee on Brexit

Feb 27, 2018

Professor Graham Gee of Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project gave evidence to the House of Lords’ EU Justice Sub-Committee on Brexit: Enforcement and dispute resolution. During the session Professor Gee explained why the EU’s “red line”, which envisages continuing direct jurisdiction of the EU Court of Justice, is extraordinary and almost unprecedented in the way that it runs counter to international practice as well as the EU’s own general practice. Professor Gee also explained why excluding the direct jurisdiction of the Court of Justice was vital to the project of restoring the legislative freedom of the UK Parliament.

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