The effect of the membership of the EU on interpretation:

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Purposive approach:
Preferred by most EU countries when interpreting their own legislation, and is used by the EJC
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What has the purposive approach had effect on UK law?
The judges in the UK think the purposive approach is the right procedure to use and they also have to use it when deciding EU law making them more comfortable with it
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What is the rule that the UK judges have to do?
When they are interpreting law based on the EU, the english courts must interpret it in the same wording and purposive of the EU
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