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Ronan McCrea: Brexit EU Citizenship Rights of UK Nationals and the Court of Justice

Quite a stir has been generated by the decision of a Dutch court to make a reference to the Court of Justice of the European Union on the issue of the EU citizenship rights of UK nationals post-Brexit. 1,613 more words

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A struggling economy saved by the wealthy…

As far as the world is concerned, money is the arguably the greatest physical force that individuals, organizations and country require to function properly and cater for their needs. 516 more words

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Brexit, the north, and the European Parliament

The December Joint Report which signalled the end of Phase One of the Brexit negotiations raised some significant issues regarding EU citizenship rights for Irish citizens in the north and in Great Britain. 2,630 more words

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A struggling economy saved by the wealthy...

As far as the world is concerned, money is the arguably the greatest physical force that individuals, organizations and country require to function properly and cater for their needs. 512 more words

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EU Citizenship by investment...

If you leave in a country outside of the European Union and you have being looking forward to becoming a citizen of the European Union, then you can easily achieve that, through Cyprus, by investing in property. 474 more words

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The Citizenship Investment Programme...

The need for a dual citizenship is on the increase. In addition, the recent social and political upheaval in the Eastern Mediterranean basin has spilled over the middle east making Cyprus a symbol of stability and security and people have stated liking it more. 428 more words

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Property that buy you freedom...

When people thought of buying properties in the past, it was majorly for the purpose of having a place where they can stay in. Buying a house therefore, implied just buying bricks and mortar that provides a place where we can rest at the end of a hard day’s job as well as leave from, in the morning. 463 more words

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