New EU Public Prosecutor's Office Will Likely Struggle

Law360 (June 28, 2019, 1:05 PM EDT) -- The European Public Prosecutor’s Office is a new European Union institution against which the most diehard Remainer and the most rampant Brexiteer would doubtless unite. Despite the repeal of the European Union Act 2011 by the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018, meaning that U.K. membership of the EPPO no longer requires the approval of both Houses of Parliament and a referendum, there has never been any risk of the U.K. opting in.

However, the EPPO is still worth a closer look for a number of reasons. Despite a history of strong opposition from the U.K. and at least 10 other member...

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