INSTRUCTIONS: NO BIBLOGRAPHY Footnotes: you do not need to provide footnotes but please just indicate where the information is taken from. You do not need to follow the OSCOLA strictly, just provide the author’s name and some indication of the title in your footnotes, for example (Barnard, European Union Law). For cases, the name of the case and the year in brackets is sufficient. Please note that plagiarism rules still apply so make sure you do not copy and paste any part of your essays. Presentation: typed assignments should follow the standard guidance and be submitted as a Word document where possible . It should be in Arial font size 11 and double line spacing. When you are answering a problem question, please follow the pattern of the question by indicating what part you are answering. You can do this by using: (a), (b), (c), (d) and (i), (ii) as they appear in the questions. If you are advising more than one person in a problem question, please remember to indicate the name of the person that you are advising. QUESTIONS: Question One: To what extent has European Union law enabled EU citizens and others to move freely within the European Union? Answer by reference to relevant secondary legislation and case law. Question Two: The classical separation of powers analysis does not apply to the European Union law making process. Instead of separation of powers, there is separation of interests. In light of the above statement, examine and evaluate the organisation of powers and duties within the institutions of the European Union by addressing the criticism of democratic deficit within the Union.