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2) Britain has issued the following regulation. “Whereas E. Coli and various other bacteria have caused an outbreak of disease worldwide and whereas beef products are prone to illness causing bacteria and whereas children often consume beef products it is hereby declared that no fresh beef products shall be sold in Britain if they are transported over or under a saltwater body.”
To be sure there is not a misunderstanding – “fresh” legally means unfrozen.
There is a Chunnel (tunnel under the channel) which connects Britain and France.
Britain is an island.
A French rancher in Calais, France has challenged the British law as a violation of the European Union law in the European Court of Justice. As the judge in the case, issue an opinion supporting your position with rules and cite relevant EU law from the free trade cases discussed in class and posted on Blackboard.

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