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IDS: The European Court of Justice’s authority must end if we are to take back control

“Second, and perhaps most important of all, it must be contingent on an end to the authority of the Court of Justice of the European Union, commonly known as the European Court of Justice (ECJ)” writes Iain Duncan Smith for First, a deal that includes reciprocal free trade without tariffs or non-tariff barriers between the UK and the EU and leaves the UK free to implement global trade deals. Judgment after judgment has redefined our relationship with the EU and, more often than not, widened the authority of the commission over nation states.

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