EU & International

The extraordinary case of Julian Assange

Sweden may have withdrawn its European Arrest Warrant against the WikiLeaks' founder but the UK police is still after him, says Be

31 May 2017

Religious dress in the workplace: Achbita and Bougnaoui reconsidered

It is hard to reconcile the CJEU’s recent decisions on religious dress in the workplace with a genuine commitment to preventing discrimination, writes Paul Stanle

22 May 2017

UK raises the green flag for Russian extradition requests

It is not the courts’ role to draft diplomatic assurances for Russian authorities, for to do so deprives judges of objective scrutiny, argues Edwar

17 May 2017

Free trade agreement ruling could scupper quick Brexit deal, or not

EU court suggests European Commission could have free hand in post-Brexit treat

17 May 2017

Brussels gossip?

Conspiracy theories from Downing Street ahead of genera

05 May 2017

The consequences of Brexit for British football

The outcome of negotiations with the EU could have a significant effect on the ability of UK clubs to recruit talented players, says Dr Gregor

03 May 2017

Business immigration: A year of change

Government reforms to tier 2 transfers will make it difficult for companies to make international hires, write Claire Nilson and Kati

25 Apr 2017

Why gay asylum seekers aren’t believed

The Home Office is obsessed with consistency of LGBT applicants when it should be worried about its own, writes Ma

18 Apr 2017

The Great Repeal Bill explained

David Golten considers the passage of the government’s repeal bill and what it means for U

13 Apr 2017