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ECJ rules that EU States cannot repatriate refugees even after committing a crime

 
The European Court of Justice said Tuesday that it has ruled that EU member States cannot repatriate people who have a well-founded fear of … Read more

Poland accused of breaking EU law

Poland was accused of breaking EU law after it lowered the judges’ retirement age and failed to uphold the independence of its Supreme Court.

Poland’s … Read more

ECJ clears the way for Germany to deport asylum-seekers to other EU countries

 

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has cleared the way for Germany to deport asylum-seekers to other EU member states.
Judges in Germany had … Read more

ECJ rules that Austrian law on Good Friday’s Public Holiday discriminated on grounds of religion and belief

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) on Tuesday ruled that Austrian law discriminated on grounds of religion and belief for not giving plaintiff Markus Achatzi … Read more

Scotland’s Court asked ECJ for ruling on whether British parliament can change Brexit decision if no deal is reached

Scotland’s Court of Session has asked the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for a preliminary ruling on whether the British parliament can change its mind … Read more

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ECJ: National law enforcement authorities may access individuals’ personal information held by telecoms companies

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Europe’s highest court ruled today that national law enforcement authorities may access individuals’ personal information held by telecoms companies if such data-gathering does not seriously … Read more