Norway solution 'would put UK in single market but not under ECJ'

UK wrong to play down independence of European Free Trade Association from EU’s jurisdication, says head of Efta court

A Norway-style arrangement would give post-Brexit Britain access to the single market and would not lead to fights with the European court of justice, the head of the court that oversees single market countries outside the EU has claimed.

Carl Baudenbacher accused the British government of giving a distorted and inaccurate account of the extent to which his European Free Trade Association (Efta) court could act independently of the ECJ.

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