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“Genuine chance of being engaged” test for retaining EU worker status found unlawful
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“Genuine chance of being engaged” test for retaining EU worker status found unlawful

EU citizens do not have to prove that they have a “genuine chance of being engaged” in order to retain worker status under European Union law, the Upper Tribunal has held. The case is KH v Bury MBC and SSWP ...

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