Labour’s Programme and EU Law

Journal: 
Issue: 
Autumn/Winter 2017
Author(s): 

It has been routinely asserted that Labour’s 2017 election programme is incompatible with ‘neoliberal’ European law. Here, two senior European competition lawyers take issue with this assessment. They offer a comprehensive legal analysis of the 2017 manifesto, grounded in a historical and political-economic argument that European rules are not hostile to nationalisation, and seek instead to promote the ‘social market’ economy favoured by German and Scandinavian social democrats.

PDF of article:
£5.00

Subscribers to Renewal can access this article for free. If you are already a subscriber please login to your account to read the article.

Subscribe to Renewal

Please note that due to EU VAT charges on digital products, the final price may be slightly different depending on the EU country in which your billing address is located.
Renewal: a journal of social democracy, Volume 25 No 3/4