|United Kingdom: Foreign and Commonwealth Office
The United Kingdom Government published 11 reports in July 2014 in its Review of the Balance of EU Competences, bringing the total number of reports published to date to 25.
The Review of the Balance of Competences aims to analyse and examine the UK’s relationship with the European Union (EU). The new reports, the third set published as part of the review, cover the free movement of services; fisheries; agriculture; competition and consumer policy; cohesion; fundamental rights; social and employment policy; free movement of persons; financial services and the free movement of capital; EU budget; and energy.
The final set of reports was due before the end of 2014.
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