UK report calls for more Europe for single market

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Series Details 23.07.13
Publication Date 23/07/2013
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The United Kingdom government published the first part of its Balance of Competences review into the impact of European Union laws on the United Kingdom in July 2013, with Foreign Secretary William Hague hailing it as a 'valuable contribution' to the national debate. According to the report beefed up powers for the European Commission and direct EU regulatory control over single market issues are recommended as key ways of maintaining a strong single market.

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