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2. What is another word for 'The Constitution'?

  • The Basic Law
  • The Ultimate Law
  • The Fundamental Law
  • The Standard Law

3. What are the main types of Secondary Sources of EU Law?

  • Regulations; Directives; Dictates; Case law of ECJ; General principles of EU Law
  • Regulations; Directives; Decisions; Case law of the CJEU; General Principles of EU Law
  • Regulations; Directives; Declarations; Case law of ECJ; Genral Principles of EU Law
  • Regulations; Directives; Determinations; Case law of the CJEU; General principles of EU law

4. What does R v S of S for the Home Department ex Parte Simms and O'Brien [1994]

  • Courts must never take the literal approach
  • In the absence of express words or necessary implication, courts will presume general words will be subject to the basic rights of individuals
  • Courts must always take the literal approach
  • In the absence of express words or necessary implication, courts may not presume general words will be subject to the basic rights of individuals

5. Where are Exclusive Competences set out?

  • Art 3 TFEU
  • Art 2 TEU
  • Art 3 TFEU
  • Art 3 TEU

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