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In its three recent rulings in the cases of Zambrano, McCarthy, and Dereci, the Court appears to have been determined to redefine the external boundaries of EU law, in cases involving the family reunification rights of Union citizens. These three judgments can be read as an indication that for...
This comment examines the ruling in Yassin Abdullah Kadi v Commission (No. 2) in which the European Union General Court applied the ratio decidendi of the landmark Grand Chamber ruling in Yassin Abdullah Kadi v Commission (No. 1), in a way which intensified the due process protection for those...
Through successive constitutional reforms over the past two decades, French parliamentarians have gained new rights and instruments to monitor policy-making at EU level and to exert tighter scrutiny over the executive branch. Yet the more structural and long-standing obstacles to the...
This articles discusses a number of constitutional issues arising out of the Coalition's Programme for government in the UK. It examines the issue of elections to the House of Commons and a fixed-term Parliament, which leads to a second issue, namely, reform of the House of Lords, Parliament's...
Jurisdiction and immunity have tempered the emergence of human rights and remedies. They are often the first line of defence for authorities when a new area is brought in under judicial review. Government acts abroad, and in particular acts of war and occupation, are perhaps the last frontier....
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