We’ve just published the second of our series of briefing papers on the EU Referendum: The free movement of chocolate: Access to the EU market after Brexit? by Martin Trybus, Professor of European Law at the University of Birmingham.
We asked him to write for us because the EU is founded on the rule of law, and its authority is based on legal agreements. At its core today is a free internal market. Professor Trybus succinctly and clearly describes its nature, and what would happen were the vote to leave, commonly referred to as Brexit, happened on 23rd June.
For our other blogposts about the EU Referendum, see here.