- How to apply for “settled status” for EU citizens
- Settled status scheme slowly taking shape as ministers reveal new details
- Briefing: What are the barriers to British citizenship for EU nationals?
- When law and politics collide: Brexit in the Court of Session
- Yet more details on the status of EU nationals after Brexit
Briefing: What are the barriers to British citizenship for EU nationals?
The recent case of Inga Lockton is the most high-profile recent example of growing problems that EU citizens and their families face with applying for British citizenship. Ms Lockton lived in the UK for 39 years, was married to a British citizen and h ...14th June 2018
Why was far-right leader Geert Wilders allowed into the UK for the #FreeTommyRobinson protest?
I was appalled to see Saturday’s footage of the violence directed against the police in central London by protesters demonstrating against the imprisonment of Tommy Robinson, the far-right activist jailed for contempt of court last month. The po ...12th June 2018
When law and politics collide: Brexit in the Court of Session
The Court of Session has refused to make a reference to the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg to determine whether the UK’s notice that it is leaving the EU under Article 50 can be cancelled. Given that the subject matter inv ...11th June 2018
Same-sex spouses should benefit from free movement rights, says CJEU
Today marked a big step in the advancement of the rights of same-sex couples. Following a reference made to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) by the Romanian Constitutional Court, the CJEU has ruled that “spouses” in Directive 200 ...5th June 2018
Yet more details on the status of EU nationals after Brexit
On 14 February 2018 the Home Affairs committee of MPs published a rather critical report on the Home Office delivery of Brexit, which Nick promptly summarised in a post at the time. The government’s response to the report was published on 25 May. ...5th June 2018
Jumping the gun in Dublin III cases
Today the Court of Justice of the European Union handed down a decision in the case of C-647/16 Adil Hassan v Prefet du Pas-de-Calais concerning the Dublin III Regulation. The press summary is here. Practitioners will be well aware how intricate and ...31st May 2018