Social media firms in Europe are well on the way to a thousand cuts.
An EU court’s ruling on religious freedom in the workplace demonstrates the perils of legislating for 27 member states.
A British citizen living in France argues they had the right to assume their status upon moving there would not change in the future against their will.
The EU needs to reconsider its approach if digital platforms are to thrive.
The law has been developing rapidly in places like Ireland and France. UK employers need to watch out.
The ICC may be the only institution capable of breaking the current legal impasse.
The UK’s “illegal” backup power subsidy scheme effectively subsidised fossil fuel power generation. Lets use the hiatus to build a more flexible, low carbon energy system.
Allowing the police unfettered use of vast databases of information will begin to tilt the balance of power towards totalitarianism.
It’s all about being ‘sufficiently distinctive’ and in the multi-billion dollar chocolate business, much is at stake.
Genetic modification rules now cover gene edited crops but exclude plants bred traditionally with the same properties.
The UK government has consistently pledged freedom from European laws. It’s clear now that the plan is no such thing.
There is historical precedent for suing the EU. But is it a good idea?
It sparked a series of government resignations, but what’s actually in Theresa May’s Brexit plan?
The European Court of Justice has ruled that EU member states must recognise same-sex marriages concluded elsewhere in the EU, even if they don’t allow same-sex marriage.
The prime minister conceded that the UK must continue to abide by European Court of Justice rulings, even after Brexit.
What the EU and UK agree and disagree on when it comes to the transition period after Brexit.
The UK government seems to be accepting some role for the court after leaving the European Union.
It’s likely that a future UK-EU trade deal will be subject to approval by all EU member states and their sub-national parliaments.
If you have an Irish granny, a spare €650,000 to spend in Malta, or a hankering for a new villa in Cyprus, then EU citizenship is within reach.
The British government is actually suggesting quite a radical change as part of leaving the EU, but it doesn’t want to make it too easy to understand.