However, remedies under EU law are only available as long as the UK is in transition or there is an agreement between the UK and the EU. Relations between the EU and the UK beyond the transition period have yet to be decided. If the UK is not required to comply with EU law, there will be no means of redress, which could mean less protection for victims and less control of MIB agreements. Of course, it should be noted here that the introduction of legislation does not necessarily mean increased protection of victims and that legislation is not necessary to strengthen the protection of victims. We will have to look at the potential for introducing legislation in the UK, although it is first of all important to look at the law that governs this area in legislation. It is obvious that the mib has not provided the coverage required by EU legislation and has sometimes not met the requirements. Indeed, SoSFT was indeed successfully sued against Delaney for damages from Francovich for infringement of EU law for an exclusion contained in the 1999 UDA as regards infringements caused `as a result of or in the promotion of an offence`. (Article 6(1)(e)(iii) The Mib subsequently withdrew the exclusion from its agreement. This shows that such a means can be beneficial in providing greater protection for victims.
In the absence of such a means, the victim would not have received damages from the Delaney mib (and possible future cases concerning claims committed “in connection with or promotion of a crime”). Of course, it should be noted that the differences between victims and the UK with the UK fall within the competence of EU law and still exist (which is explained below). Indeed, victims of unspy spied on and uninsured drivers are currently treated less well.112 Die mib is a limited liability company registered in England and Wales. Insurers wishing to participate in motor insurance activities in the United Kingdom must be members of the mib and contribute to their financing.28 The members` contribution is proportional to their car insurance contribution revenues. This means that the possible costs of operating the mib are borne by all insurance drivers who pay through insurance premiums.. . . .