Transcripts (perhaps draft) of the Article 50 ‘Brexit’ Appeal hearings at the Supreme Court

Could I just pick up on a point where these rights come from. In the case of Youssef, we had to deal with a rather unusual situation where one had a decision made by a United Nations body in the terrorism context which then took effect under a European regulation, which then in turn came into domestic law via the 1972 Act.

Now, I said in agreement with my colleagues that that was something which arose not from domestic law, although it was brought into domestic law, it is a sort of typical example of the conduit approach.

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