Will the United Kingdom survive the UK Internal Market Act?
The EU has an ‘internal market’. So do Canada, Australia, the United States and Germany. And now, with the enactment of the United Kingdom Internal Market Act 2020, the United Kingdom too has an ‘internal market’.
In this working paper, Professor Stephen Weatherill, Oxford University, looks at the UK’s internal market Act, its scope, exclusions, justification and problems.
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