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The EU renegotiation and EU family members

The EU renegotiation and EU family members

This post is reblogged from Professor Steve Peer’s excellent and comprehensive post on the immigration aspects of UK’s renegotiation proposals. What follows is the section of that blog post on family members. Head over to the original for more information ...

Professor Steve Peers

I research many aspects of EU law and human rights law: EU Justice and Home Affairs (immigration, asylum, policing and criminal law); the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights; the ECHR; EU citizenship and free movement of persons; the EU political and judicial system; EU/UK relations; EU constitutional and institutional law; EU information technology law (particularly data protection); and EU external relations law; and EU employment and discrimination law.

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