|Author (Person)||Hogarth, Raphael|
|Publisher||Institute for Government|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
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The author argued that the UK Government must either back the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Court model or bring forward proposals for an inventive and untested new dispute resolution system for the withdrawal agreement. She cautions against giving in to current EU demands to give the European Court of Justice (ECJ) the final say over the withdrawal agreement, as it will not be neutral in disputes between the UK and the EU.
The report also warned, however, that if the Government tried to insulate the UK from any ECJ influence it could end up with no deal. Any dispute resolution system that challenged the ECJ’s role as final arbiter of EU law would be difficult to negotiate and would likely be struck down by the court.
|Countries / Regions||United Kingdom|