UK Coalition speed up EU integration

There was a press release from the EU Commission today that caught my eye via the Albion Alliance presents site, which is a source for raw no spin EU related information.

The press release, which I doubt you will find any reference to in the UK press, was issued by Internal Market and Services Commissioner Michel Barnier who said:

It’s essential that European rules aimed at making the Internal Market work are implemented in Member States – in time and properly.

The report provides an overview of Member States’ compliance with the implementation and application of Internal Market law, with a target of less than 1% of directives, regulations and opinions remaining outstanding to be transposed into National laws.

In total, 18 Member States meet the 1% target of which 8 improved or equalled their transposition deficit compared to six months ago: Denmark, Malta, Slovakia, Finland, Slovenia, Belgium, the United Kingdom and Ireland.

The UK Coalition government has been speeding up the implementation of EU law in the UK. So much for a Eurosceptic Tory party eh.

You can read the Press release by clicking on Go to Source here

You can read the full implementation report here.

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5 Responses to UK Coalition speed up EU integration

  1. barry laughton says:

    The more rhetoric and spin from the conservative part of this coalition. No sign of action against the continuous EU creep to go with the spin. Any of the referendum mentioned in conservative manifesto will probably go exactly the same way as Gordon Browns promise. Barry

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