The British citizenship of the children of EU nationals born before October 2 2000 could be at risk.
The Energy Charter Treaty allows fossil fuel investors to sue governments over climate action – prompting EU countries to withdraw.
Humanitarian organisations have been calling on Frontex to leave the country for months.
Journalists and whistleblowers are being targeted by expensive lawsuits to stop them working.
Croatia is seeking EU protection for its ancient dessert wine prošek. Prosecco makers are having none of it, however.
A look at the many systems of measurement that have been lost and changed throughout history.
A debate over the future of dealcoholised wine is raging in Brussels.
An EU court’s ruling on religious freedom in the workplace demonstrates the perils of legislating for 27 member states.
Estonia and Hungary are arguing that EU member states cannot legally implement the OECD agreement on corporation tax.
The strong new laws will ban AI applications believed to violate EU citizens’ fundamental rights.
Oatly and Flora are fronting a petition to stop the EU getting even tougher on their packaging.
Italian authorities who seized the special Christmas edition crisps seem to be unfamiliar with EU guidelines on food labelling and protected ingredients.
The UK has benefited from EU labour protections, which will be vulnerable to the Conservative party’s deregulation agenda.
The order requires Facebook, Twitter and Google to remove certain content globally, based on it being defamatory under India’s local law.
What rights and legal protections will EU citizens in the UK and Britons in the EU have when they become ‘third country nationals’ after Brexit?
You can’t teach an algorithm to recognise when something is funny.
The ruling offers some relief for Remainers – but don’t go thinking this is the end of Brexit.
Katy Hayward, Queen's University Belfast; Adrienne Yong, City, University of London; Maria Garcia, University of Bath; Michael Gordon, University of Liverpool; Nauro F. Campos, Brunel University London; Nieves Perez-Solorzano, University of Bristol, and Phil Syrpis, University of Bristol
Academic experts explain the key details of the draft Brexit deal agreed by UK and EU negotiators.
In an example of the law of unintended consequences, the Copyright Directive is likely to cement the US tech giants’ grip, rather than provide space for others to grow.
The Achilles’ heel of law technologies: training. Only 10% of such initiatives are aimed at law students, so how should this issue be managed to win the AI race?