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Fees for EEA ‘free’ movement: an unlawful irony?

Fees for EEA ‘free’ movement: an unlawful irony?

Many years before his appointment to the Supreme Court, Jonathan Sumption remarked that “most law is only common sense with knobs on… everyone knows what the answer is likely to be”. He clearly wasn’t talking about European Union law. After ...

Nikesh Pandit

Nikesh works at a leading immigration law firm in London. He recently conducted published published research in EU and Immigration law as part of an MPhil at Cambridge University.

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