EMA says High Court judge ‘erred’ in Brexit frustration case

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The European Medicines Agency has accused the High Court judge of making mistakes in his High Court ruling in February.

In the EMA’s three-page grounds of appeal, the agency said that the judge “erred in failing to recognise that Brexit […] will cause a series of changes in the EMA’s legal position in the UK which are so fundamental as to render performance of the Lease radically different”.

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