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Old 12.10.2016, 00:30
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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It appears that Ms. May has already decided the outcome... Access to the single market requires acceptance of European court decisions on single market issues and FMOP. Refusal to accept these requirements means there is nothing to negotiate about. The idea of a country accessing the market and not being subject to it's legal requirements is not going to fly and nor are changes to FMOP without a treaty change.
"Access to the single market requires acceptance of European court decisions" Well sometimes it is good to have an independent review. For example, last year the court annulled a policy by the European Central Bank that would have required British companies managing financial trades in euros to relocate to the eurozone. Of course, next time the ECB try this we will not be able to go to this court

Matter of interest what decisions by this court do EFers think were bad for the UK?
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