Future CJEU decisions ‘should be considered’ after Brexit

Government should tell judges to take account of decisions made by the EU Court of Justice after Brexit, says a thinktank, and should clarify where regulators stand

The Court of Justice of the European Union is based in Luxembourg. Photograph: sprklg CC BY-SA 2.0Domestic judges should be told to take account of decisions by the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) even after Brexit, a thinktank report argues.

The Institute for Government report, published on 26 June, examines the role of the European court in the UK justice and regulatory systems and concludes that urgent action is needed to avoid dangerous ambiguity in the future.

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