Wednesday, 24 February 2016

EU reforms 'not legally binding' - Michael Gove reports BBC News

The BBC report Michael Gove's claim and David Cameron's response but don't actually say who is correct. Wouldn't that be the correct thing for an unbiased news organisation? 

'David Cameron's EU reforms are not legally binding and could be overturned by European judges, Justice Secretary Michael Gove has told the BBC.

Mr Gove - one of five cabinet ministers campaigning for the UK to quit the EU - told the BBC the European Court of Justice was "not bound" by the PM's agreement until treaties are changed.

The PM has said the package is "already legally binding and irreversible".

It could only be overturned by all EU states including the UK, he says.'

So who's correct?

No comments: