UK Brexit boost as ECJ rules trade deals do not require extra ratification  

UK and EU flags The European court of justice has raised a ray of hope for British trade negotiators with a surprise ruling that will make it harder for national parliaments to block key components of any future post-Brexit deal between the EU and the UK.

In a long-awaited test case that had been expected to complicate the Brexit process, the court instead ruled that EU officials had exclusive powers to negotiate international trade deals without ratification by national and regional parliaments. Read more HERE

Published on 16/05/2017 @ 20h39   | |