Britain could take EU to COURT over Brexit divorce bill to expose ‘INFLATED’ cash demands

22 Oct

A classic example is the Iran-US Claims Tribunal, established in 1981.

It has resolved 3,900 financial claims by both nations over the 1979 embassy hostage crisis.

Brussels, too, already uses similar methods in resolving trade issues with global trading partners such as Vietnam and Canada.

“There is an argument that the International Court of Justice at The Hague would not have jurisdiction over this, because it deals with issues between states, and the EU is not a state,” said Professor Collins, of London University’s City Law School.

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