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Pavlos Eleftheriadis, Associate Professor of Law and Fellow of Mansfield College, comments in The Conversation on the argument that Britain should install a “Bill of Rights” which allows judges to veto incompatible European Union laws.

The eu protects liberty but a british bill of rights would endanger it

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