The EU deal is not legally binding and could be overturned by the European Court of Justice said Michael Gove, David Cameron’s Justice Secretary.

Mr Gove told BBC on Wednesday morning that "the facts are that the European Court of Justice is not bound by this agreement until treaties are changed and we don't know when that will be". Gove is one of the six cabinet ministers campaigning for Britain to leave the EU. His statement directly contradicts Prime Minister David Cameron, who argued on M...


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