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Brexit: Theresa May's plans for EU citizens' rights under intense pressure for not doing enough

The Prime Minister even appeared to take a weaker position on the European Court of Justice
Independent

Schaeuble: "The Britons Were Endlessly Lied To And Deceived" On Brexit

schaeuble: the britons were endlessly lied to and deceived on brexit
For the embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May, the Brexit negotiation is rapidly turning into one of the circles of hell, with the British PM, desperate for some shred of consensus, suddenly..
Zero Hedge

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News video: Theresa May Proposes Letting EU Citizens Stay in UK

Theresa May Proposes Letting EU Citizens Stay in UK 00:51

British Prime Minister Theresa May has proposed letting EU citizens stay in the U.K. after Brexit — if they meet certain requirements.
Source: Newsy Studio -

News video: Vaccines Can Be Blamed For Illness Without Scientific Evidence

Vaccines Can Be Blamed For Illness Without Scientific Evidence 00:32

On Wednesday, The Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that courts may consider vaccines to be the cause of an illness, even if there's no scientific evidence confirming a link. The EU's..
Source: Wochit News -

News video: Human Rights Court Condemns Russia's 'Gay Propaganda' Law

Human Rights Court Condemns Russia's 'Gay Propaganda' Law 01:13

The European Court of Human Rights said Russia's anti-LGBTQ policy was discriminatory and violated freedom of speech.
Source: Newsy Studio -

 

Theresa May: EU Citizens Will Have A Place In The UK After Brexit

theresa may: eu citizens will have a place in the uk after brexit
Watch VideoIt's one of the most pressing questions Brexit poses for EU citizens: What happens to the nearly 3 million European migrants living in the U.K.? Well, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May..
Newsy

Brexit one year on: the impact on the FTSE and the pound

brexit one year on: the impact on the ftse and the pound
When the result of the UK’s EU referendum confirmed that the UK had voted to leave, markets were initially weaker. The FTSE 100 index has since rallied by 17%, while the pound has fallen by 14.5%..
City A.M.

DEBATE: Is there a case for the UK staying in the European Economic Area?

debate: is there a case for the uk staying in the european economic area?
One year on from the referendum, is there a case for the UK staying in the European Economic Area? *YES – Alasdair Smith, professor of economics at the University of Sussex.* The European..
City A.M.

Europe backs 'human rights' of thug we tried to deport

europe backs 'human rights' of thug we tried to deport
The European Court of Human Rights in France (pictured) said the then illegal immigrant was wrongly caged for seven months – while officials tried in vain to boot him out.
MailOnline

British PM's promise on citizen rights sets up EU clash

Prime Minister Theresa May on today promised EU citizens living in Britain that they would be allowed to stay after Brexit, but rejected calls by Brussels for the European court to oversee their..
DNA

Theresa May promises EU citizens can stay post-Brexit, but rejects calls for EU court oversight of rights

British Prime Minister Theresa May has promised that EU citizens living in Britain would be allowed to stay after Brexit. However, she rejected calls by Brussels for the European court to oversee their..
Deutsche Welle

European Court of Justice ruling could open floodgates for spurious vaccination claims 


Telegraph.co.uk

European court deals blow to law firm rescue vehicle

CJEU ruling on employee rights will make pre-pack administrations less attractive. 
Law Society Gazette

Euthanasia mindset looms over disabled baby's legal fight, ethicist warns

London, England, Jun 22, 2017 / 03:01 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Legal efforts to bar the parents of a British baby born with a disabling medical condition from seeking treatment overseas are based on deep..
CNA

ECJ backs Schengen but doesn't quite limit German cops

The European Court of Justice has ruled that "random" checks by Germany's Federal Police can't be used to systematically circumvent Schengen commitments. That doesn't mean there will be any changes to..
Deutsche Welle

Russia's 'Gay Propaganda' Law Slapped Down By European Court

The European Court of Human Rights ruled that a Russian law banning what it describes as the promotion of homosexuality to minors breached European treaty rules, but Moscow said it would appeal what it..
Huffington Post

Frank Cushnahan ends court case against BBC

Lawyers for former Nama adviser to take case against UK to European Court of Human Rights
Irish Times

EU falls short in fighting Asian human traffickers

LONDON -- The European Union is a magnet for human traffickers from Asia and must run better programmes in the region if it is to combat the global trade in people, according to a report by the..
Bangkok Post Also reported by •DNA

European court: Police can't circumvent Schengen with 'random' checks

Germany's federal police cannot use "random" ID checks to control borders, the European Court of Justice ruled. A man said police unjustly charged him with resisting after he refused to show ID near..
Deutsche Welle

Russian government defends ‘gay propaganda’ law after human rights ruling

The Russian government has vowed to appeal against a European Court of Human Rights ruling over its gay 'propaganda' law.
PinkNews

Russia Says it's Too Soon for BRICS Version of European Court of Human Rights


RIA Nov.

European court strikes down Russia's 'gay propaganda' law


newKerala.com


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