‘The Court of Justice was right to interpret article 34 TFEU as prohibiting all measures which hinder trade between Member States. However, it has not done enough to maintain, develop and strengthen that principle. On the contrary, the Court has diluted the principle by introducing unnecessary and ill-conceived limitations to it. Moreover, it has been far too tolerant towards the justifications advanced by Member States for the restrictions they continue to impose on goods.’ Critically discuss this statement with reference to relevant treaty articles, decided cases and academic opinion. LLB EUROPEAN UNION LAW, BBP University