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Is it worth mentioning that the Guernsey and Jersey DP Laws and the IoM’s DPA are all based on the UK’s Act mirror it almost word for word.

The EC considered the adequacy of the Islands’ statutes and deemed them all to be adequate. If the UK is going to have to account for its defective transposition of the Directive where does this leave the adequacy of the Crown Dependencies?

It’s going to be a bit difficult to argue the UK’s legislation is deficient but at the same time deem the Islands mirror copies to be adequate!

CP Comment: this reinforces my view that the UK DPA's problems are at the margin

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