||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 233 (Mar)
||General Court of the European Union (Seventh Chamber)
Judges Forwood (Rapporteur) (President), Truchot and Schwarcz
||17 February 2011
European Union - Services - Freedom of movement - Television broadcasting - Measures taken by United Kingdom concerning events of major importance to UK society - Events including European Football Championship - Commission declaring measures compatible with Community law - Whether Commission erring - EC Treaty, art 245.
European Union Services. The General Court of the European Union held that in the circumstances the European Commission had not erred in holding that the inclusion of the European Football Championship on the United Kingdom list of events of major importance to UK society was compatible with Community law.
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