Professor Dimitry Kochenov, a constitutional law expert, said arrangements for the overseas countries and territories (OCT), which have a range of special relationships with the EU, demonstrate the EU may be prepared to be flexible. He said: 'The EU is actually extremely flexible in the way it extends rights to its own citizens outside of its own territory because EU territory doesn't overlap entirely with the territories of the member states.' Read the article in The Herald Scotland.
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