The European Court of Justice is on vacation from today (Monday 14 July) to 5 September 2003. If you want to know about legal implications of chickens, trainers or chewing gum you’ll just have to wait.

Get into the holiday mood here.
THEY’RE ALL GOING ON A SUMMER HOLIDAY <strong>THEY’RE ALL GOING ON A SUMMER HOLIDAY</strong> Reviewed by Unknown on Monday, July 14, 2003 Rating: 5

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