No Brexit? Then Name A Commissioner, EU Says

Law360, London (November 14, 2019, 6:39 PM GMT) -- The European Commission took steps Thursday toward taking the U.K. to court over its refusal to nominate a new commissioner to serve in Brussels, saying the country still has to live up to its obligations after its exit from the European Union was delayed again in October. 

The U.K. permanent representative to the EU, Tim Barrow, wrote to the commission on Wednesday to say that — owing to rules requiring discretion in advance of a general election, which is scheduled for Dec. 12 — the country wouldn’t be nominating a member to serve on the EU's executive. But the commission wrote back on...

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