Law & Policy of the EU advanced

Description UK BASED BOOKS AND ARTICLES ONLY !!! NOT USA!!! ________________________________________________ OSCOLA REFERENCING ONLY __________________________ INSTRUCTIONS… You do need to make it clear if you are citing a specific source, for example, a case or an authored work such as a book or journal article. For cases, it will be sufficient if you cite using a shortened form of the full citation (as you might do in timed exam conditions). For example, instead of citing ‘Fisher v Bell [1961] 1 QB 394’ you may simply cite ‘Fisher v Bell’ or even if it is clear, ‘Fisher’. Similarly, for academic writing, you may simply cite the author’s or authors’ name: ‘as Adams and Brownsword argue…..’ etc. You need not cite specific page or paragraph numbers, or titles of works.  __________________________ USE INTEXT REFERENCING AS WELL AS A FULL BIBLIOGRAPHY AT THE END. ____________________________________________________ QUESTIONS: 1. ‘The EU decision-making process has undoubtedly improved over time, and has thereby weakened the argument that the EU suffers from a democratic deficit.’ Critically discuss this statement, providing examples to support or contest the statement. 2. ‘The jurisprudence introduced by the Kohll and Decker cases is very subtle. It extends the material scope of the Treaty to healthcare, while providing an opportunity for States to justify their own care policy in the light of overriding reasons of general interest.’ Discuss this statement by critically appraising the CJEU’s jurisprudence on cross-border healthcare and evaluating the extent to which the Patients’ Rights Directive (Directive 2011/24/EU) perpetuates the balance of interests upheld in the case law. 3. Critically analyse how one can determine whether the principle of subsidiarity has been violated by the Institutions of the EU. How commonly do such violations occur and how have such violations been addressed?

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