Last month, when talking about the big Californian case about Proposition 8, I mentioned the unexploded bomb created by articles 2, 3 and 4 of Directive 2004/38 on the free movement rights of EU citizens and their families: they […]
In my previous post on this I forgot another reason why the decision to exclude Geert Wilders from the UK breaches EU law. It’s arbitrary – in this sense of treating Wilders differently from UK nationals.
I must admit to having some sympathy for the workers at Lindsey oil refinery who protested against the shipping in of Italian workers to carry out work there; and with those Labour MPs like Jon Cruddas who have […]
Before I end my blog holiday and come back from New York, I thought you might just be slightly interested in this US Supreme Court case showing that non-discriminatory inter-state commerce is protected in a way analogous to (thought […]