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The EU Referendum: Why a vote to remain will protect our human rights | The Friday Article

Earlier this week, the House of Commons debated our involvement with the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) following Theresa May’s comments about Britain leaving the convention… 654 more words


TRNC News 28th April 2016 - Mogherini: visa exemption for Turkish citizens if criteria met

Mogherini: “The EU Commission will take recommendation on visa exemption for Turkish citizens in the event that all the required criteria are met”

High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice President of the European Commission Federica Mogherini said that the European Union Commission will take a recommendation decision on the visa exemption for Turkish citizens in the event that all the required criteria are met. 803 more words

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What the EU referendum will mean for prisons, courts and crime

Brexit and British justice

With exactly eight weeks until the referendum on Britain’s EU membership, read our quick round up of what the EU… 348 more words


Judicial activism infiltrates CJEU

The appointment of new judges to the EU’s General Court normally does not catch much public attention, but this time it may be different. As one reads on the Court’s website… 371 more words


Building Consensus on European Consensus

The School of Law at the University of Portsmouth, the European University Institute (EUI) and the School of Law and Social Justice, University of Liverpool are organising a 2-day conference on the European consensus (EuC) method of interpretation of the European Court of Human Rights. 24 more words

Don't Put Your Faith In Polls

Britain is being hammered by polls at the moment covering the Brexit issue, and to be honest I think they are a waste of time. There have been dozens, and each one gives a different result ending in total confusion for the public.  853 more words