Expert in immigration and asylum spoke with migrants who have travelled to the UK on the back of a lorry. [Read now...]
Open Letter to the Electoral Commission — What is being done to prevent breaches of law in this year’s elections?
British Green MEP Molly Scott Cato wrote a letter to the Electoral Commission asking how they plan to prevent breaches of law like the ones they uncovered in the 2016 EU referendum campaign. [Read now...]
Can the UK sign the Withdrawal Agreement and then step away from it? It can, but it really should not, Ioannis Glinavos writes. [Read now...]
A Secret Barrister multipurpose piece on the law of treason in the UK and a rebuke of THAT MEP’s extreme view on anyone opposed to Brexit. [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...]
A homeless man who picked up a lost race number and “completed” the London Marathon has been jailed for 16 weeks. A very harsh sentence, the Secret Barrister argues. [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...]
The Secret Barrister responds to an Ultra-Conservative American activist who despises government-run healthcare and wants to make Alfie Evans a symbol of the NHS failure. [Read now...]
The Court of Justice has issued its first major ruling on the reconciliation of the autonomy rights of religious organisations with the right of employees (or potential employees) of such organisations to be free of discrimination. [Read now...]