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The ECJ has declared the Data Retention Directive to be invalid – but what actual effect will it have?
Today the European Court of Justice has declared the Data Retention Directive to be incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights, and therefore invalid. ( 706 more words
It was inevitable. In December last year the European Court of Justice Advocate General, Pedro Cruz Villalón delivered his opinion on the EU Data Retention Directive, saying that it is incompatible with the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. 574 more words
NEWS RELEASE: UK Violations of EU Law and Child RIGHTS: naming an Indian Child contrary to Article 10
NEWS RELEASE 04 April 2014
UK VIOLATIONS of EU LAW and CHILD RIGHTS
Naming an Indian Child without Family, Religious Ceremony
and without the Father on its Birth Certificate… 940 more words
Threat of UK Withdrawal from the European Convention on Human Rights: A dangerous political endeavour or a practical legal reality.
By Prosper Mwedzi
After battling to deport Abu Quatada, the government has made it known that it is considering a’ temporary withdrawal’ from the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). 960 more words