The second attempt to approve the withdrawal agreement has been defeated again in the House of Commons. What were the main legal issues in this second attempt – and what is the way forward, if any? [Read now...]
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Professor of EU, Human Rights & World Trade Law, University of Essex. Latest book: European Union Law (edited with @CSBarnard24, 2nd ed, OUP).
A masterful take-down of Giles Fraser’s incoherent argument for extreme social conservatism by Professor Steve Peers, for instead of forgiveness and compassion, Fraser offers more sneering and more division. [Read now...]
What effect does Brexit have on child asylum? Professor Steve Peers takes a look at one issue which affects a number of cases in Ireland. [Read now...]
Thought the European Union didn’t have a say in non-EU immigration? Professor Steve Peers explains this now. [Read now...]
Analysis of the UK Government and EU plans on the rights of the EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in the European Union in the event of a no deal Brexit. [Read now...]
Steve Peers on the ‘No Deal’ preparedness notes for the Citizens’ Rights of the EU citizens living in the UK and the British citizens living in the EU27. [Read now...]
Is data protection coming home? The CJEU on data protection law and Jehovah’s Witnesses — and political canvassing.
On the CJEU ruling on data protection law and Jehovah’s Witnesses — and the implications for politics. [Read now...]
What happens to EU27 citizens and UK citizens who have moved within the EU in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit? [Read now...]
Professor Steve Peers on the basic aspects and benefits of a customs union with the European Union. [Read now...]
Last week’s CJEU judgment in Coman was the Court’s first ruling on same-sex marriages for the purposes of EU free movement law. [Read now...]
Last Wednesday, it was announced that a new EU law on travel authorisation for non-EU citizens to visit the EU had been agreed. This will affect millions of travellers a year, probably including British citizens after Brexit. [Read now...]