Tags » EU Citizenship

Free Movement is Good for You – Citizenship and Movement in the EU

Freedom of movement is good for you. It gives you options, autonomy, and the ability to move and re-make yourself rather than being trapped by accidents of birth and circumstance. 1,231 more words

EU Citizenship

Deprivation of Nationality and Citizenship – The Role of EU Law

My article published in the Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law

The article examines the relationship between the possession of the nationality of a European Union (EU) member state and the additional legal status of EU citizenship that is conferred upon those who possess such a nationality. 150 more words

Citizenship Nationality

Migration to London after BREXIT: a proposal

Introduction

 In the talk about what a UK immigration system would look like, if and when the UK leaves the European Union, London requires discrete consideration. 2,230 more words

EU Citizenship

Old England is Dying: The BREXIT Judgment and After

England is a country committed to the rule of law. There are fundamental rules that constitute its political and legal order. It is a rule that Parliament is sovereign. 556 more words

EU Citizenship

EU Citizens Living in the UK: A Self-Help Guide

Introduction

If you are an EU citizen living in the UK, these are worrying times. The BREXIT referendum on 23 June 2016 has led to uncertainty about what the future holds for you. 1,903 more words

EU Citizenship

Free Movement as a Human Right: the forgotten context in the EU debate

Amid the clash of arms in the UK about BREXIT and the free movement of EU citizens, one context remains unconsidered. Free movement of persons is not simply something provided for by the EU treaties to EU citizens and their family members, something of benefit to the stereotypical Polish plumber, the Bulgarian academic, or the clever and ambitious Italian journalist, who come to the UK in reliance on EU rights, it is also a human right. 983 more words

EU Citizenship