Identify the different forms of European Union legislation and explain how they become part of English law
The EU makes laws which must be respected by all member states. Since the aim behind the creation of new European laws is often to standardise laws between the different member states, it is inevitable that EU laws are passed which some member states do not like. Even if they do not like them, however, all member states have to obey EU laws. For member states of the EU, it is no longer the case that only national government can make laws within their territories.
<Tab/>Britain joined the EU in 1973 when it was still European Economic Community (EEC). So until 1972 UK had…
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