A new broom: What can Europe's lawyers expect from the new UK government?

An article examining the new Labour government's proposals likely to be of most interest to European lawyers including new EU-style national competition laws, the social chapter, monetary independence for the Bank of England and the windfall levy on the privatised utilities.
Michael Grenfell, Norton Rose


 

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