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Protect Our EU Citizenship Rights

This morning I was contacted by a lady living in France who is registered to vote in the UK constituency of Dagenham & Rainham where I am standing as the Liberal Democrat candidate in next month’s general election. 358 more words

Mapping the biopolitics of EU membership

The UK has been a member of the European Union for 40 years. Throughout that time there has been intermingling of people and institutions which can be most clearly seen in the growing number of bi- and mixed-nationality EU families in the UK and their children,  many of whom born in the UK and holding a British passport. 256 more words


Nando Sigona reblogged this on The Age of Superdiversity and commented:

IRiS team ( Nando Sigona, Laurence Lessard Phillips, and Rachel Humphris) to lead new research on the impact of Brexit on EU nationals and their families in the UK.

In Hideous Darkness: The UK Policy of Detaining and Expelling EU Citizens


The detention and expulsion of EU Citizens from the UK is a developing trend; one that ought to concern not just EU Citizens and their family members in the UK but anyone who considers that the UK ought to respect international treaty obligations into which it has entered in exercise of its sovereign power. 2,522 more words

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Work-life balance, women in poverty and gender pension gap: gender equality on the agenda of European Parliament and Council

While the Parliament has put emphasis on the fight against poverty of women in a recent report, the Council of ministers of social affairs has also supported action to fight poverty of women in conclusions negotiated under the Slovakian presidency. 1,833 more words

Parliamentary Watch On Older Persons' Rights

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

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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

Nationality In International Law

Migration to London after BREXIT: a proposal


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. 2,237 more words

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