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Tuesday, 13 June 2017
The Gamble that Failed: The Brexit Election and what happens next
Professor Steve Peers Last week’s early UK election ended with the surprising result of a ‘hung Parliament’, in which no one part...
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
The UK General Election and Brexit: Comparing Party Manifestos
Professor Steve Peers Tomorrow sees another general election in the UK, just two years after the last one. Since this is (accor...
Friday, 19 May 2017
Uber: a taxi service or an app? Analysis of an ECJ Advocate-General’s view
Lorna Woods , Professor of Internet Law, University of Essex Case C-434/15 Asociación Profesional Elite Taxi v. Uber Systems Spain...
Thursday, 18 May 2017
New Developments in the context of the European Citizens’ Initiative: General Court rules on ‘Stop TTIP’
Anastasia Karatzia , Assistant Professor in EU Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam and currently Visiting Research Fellow at the Scho...
Wednesday, 10 May 2017
Think of the children: the ECJ clarifies the status of non-EU parents of EU citizen children living in their own Member State
Professor Steve Peers What immigration rights do non-EU citizens have under EU law? There are three main areas of EU law that a...
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