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Daily Record
Former First Minister says Britain should be leading in Europeof social rights and human rights. The EU and the Council of Europe have serve
Former First Minister says Britain should be leading in Europe
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
of social rights and human rights. The EU and the Council of Europe have served the British people through the work of the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights. These achievements have renewed and shaped a continent and... Read more
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LinuxInsider.com
Google Challenges Right to Be Forgotten in French High CourtEU should attempt to narrow its criteria," Carroll added. Spanish Origin The
Google Challenges Right to Be Forgotten in French High Court
LinuxInsider.com / Posted yesterday
EU should attempt to narrow its criteria," Carroll added. Spanish Origin The order in March followed a 2014 ruling by the European Court of Justice in a case involving Google and Google Spain against the national data protection agency of... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russia Refuses to Pay Khodorkovsky Compensation Says LawyerRussia, the Kommersant newspaper reported Friday. The �10,000 ($11,000) compen
Russia Refuses to Pay Khodorkovsky Compensation Says Lawyer
The Moscow Times / Posted yesterday
Russia, the Kommersant newspaper reported Friday. The �10,000 ($11,000) compensation was awarded to Khodorkovsky by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in 2013 after they ruled his rights were violated during his criminal investigation,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ireland awaits Apple ruling as Brussels tightens tax screwby the Government, Revenue and Apple itself. Indeed, the Government has promis
Ireland awaits Apple ruling as Brussels tightens tax screw
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
by the Government, Revenue and Apple itself. Indeed, the Government has promised to appeal any adverse ruling in the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. No state aid “Detailed and comprehensive responses have been provided to the... Read more
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PhysOrg
EU lawmakers seek tougher limits on US data useenough. The non-binding resolution was passed 501-119, with 31 abstentions.Pri
EU lawmakers seek tougher limits on US data use
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
enough. The non-binding resolution was passed 501-119, with 31 abstentions.Privacy Shield was unveiled in February after a European court struck down the previous pact, Safe Harbor, amid concerns over the safety of data stored by companies in the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
EU lawmakers see 'deficiencies' in US data dealand Washington announced the new "Privacy Shield" deal, replacing a previous ag
EU lawmakers see 'deficiencies' in US data deal
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
and Washington announced the new "Privacy Shield" deal, replacing a previous agreement that was thrown out by the European Court of Justice last year, but has generated mixed reviews since Brussels and Washington announced the new... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
EU: Hungary must stop discriminating against Roma childreneach other." The president of the European Roma Rights Center said Hungary had
EU: Hungary must stop discriminating against Roma children
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 2 days ago
each other." The president of the European Roma Rights Center said Hungary had failed to comply with judgments by the European Court of Human Rights seeking to end segregation. "Hungarian authorities willfully continue to marginalize... Read more
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Calcutta News
Facebook data transfers under fire, ECJ to investigateCommissioner Helen Dixon is reportedly all set to campaign against Facebook’s d
Facebook data transfers under fire, ECJ to investigate
Calcutta News / Posted 2 days ago
Commissioner Helen Dixon is reportedly all set to campaign against Facebook’s data transfer networks in front of the European Court of Justice (ECJ). According to reports, the move is set to pose a threat to data transfers by firms like... Read more
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Silicon Valley
E.U. lawmakers seek tougher limits on U.S. data usenon-binding resolution was passed 501-119, with 31 abstentions. Privacy Shield
E.U. lawmakers seek tougher limits on U.S. data use
Silicon Valley / Posted 2 days ago
non-binding resolution was passed 501-119, with 31 abstentions. Privacy Shield was unveiled in February after a European court struck down the previous pact, Safe Harbor, amid concerns over the safety of data stored by companies in the... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
EU lawmakers seek tougher limits on US data usenon-binding resolution was passed 501-119, with 31 abstentions. Privacy Shield
EU lawmakers seek tougher limits on US data use
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 2 days ago
non-binding resolution was passed 501-119, with 31 abstentions. Privacy Shield was unveiled in February after a European court struck down the previous pact, Safe Harbor, amid concerns over the safety of data stored by companies in the... Read more
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Times of Malta
Two EU infringements against Malta closedand a civil service pension from another EU member state. However, subsequent
Two EU infringements against Malta closed
Times of Malta / Posted 2 days ago
and a civil service pension from another EU member state. However, subsequent to arguments put forward by Malta, the European Court of Justice dismissed the Commission’s action entirely and closed the infringement procedure since there was no... Read more
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SKY News
Thursday's National Newspaper Front PagesOrganisation if it voted to leave the EU, the organisation's director-general h
Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages
SKY News / Posted 2 days ago
Organisation if it voted to leave the EU, the organisation's director-general has warned :: The Daily Telegraph A former European court judge says Britain has a "moral obligation" to maintain political and economic stability in the face of global... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Wokingham MP John Redwood calls for "tampon tax" to be scrappedthat power on behalf of the British people. "I would like us to abolish the ta
Wokingham MP John Redwood calls for "tampon tax" to be scrapped
Reading Evening Post / Posted 2 days ago
that power on behalf of the British people. "I would like us to abolish the tampon tax, I would like us to say to the European Court of Justice 'we do not accept your verdict that we have to put taxes on green products up to 20 per cent from... Read more
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Times of Malta
Sub-zero concernshave another humiliating exercise, when Leo Brincat faces the grilling board at
Sub-zero concerns
Times of Malta / Posted 2 days ago
have another humiliating exercise, when Leo Brincat faces the grilling board at the European Parliament for the job at the European Court of Auditors. By now, Muscat’s credibility is down to zero. Being our Prime Minister, I hope he will not allow... Read more
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The Irish Times
Digital data deal with US must prioritise vulnerable citizensineffectual, unenforceable and opaque way to claim they handled European data i
Digital data deal with US must prioritise vulnerable citizens
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
ineffectual, unenforceable and opaque way to claim they handled European data in accordance with EU law. But the European Court of Justice (ECJ) threw out Safe Harbour in its decision in Austrian Max Schrems’s case against the Irish data... Read more
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heraldscotland
Expert: UK must stay in the EU to thwart Russia's military ambitionsSir David also defended the role of the European Court, which has been heavily
Expert: UK must stay in the EU to thwart Russia's military ambitions
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
Sir David also defended the role of the European Court, which has been heavily criticised by Leave campaigners, insisting its ruling were not intended to undermine the sovereignty of EU states. Addressing an event organised by the Scottish... Read more
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EuroNews
Prominent journalist freed in Azerbaijantax evasion. On her release she said she would continue to fight to clear her n
Prominent journalist freed in Azerbaijan
EuroNews / Posted 3 days ago
tax evasion. On her release she said she would continue to fight to clear her name. “I will of course go further to the European Court and will fight until proven un-guilty on all charges. And I will hold the Azerbaijani government responsible... Read more
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Acton Commentary
What is Brexit, and Why Should You Care?Parliament, the European Commission, the Court of Justice of the European Union
What is Brexit, and Why Should You Care?
Acton Commentary / Posted 3 days ago
Parliament, the European Commission, the Court of Justice of the European Union, the European Central Bank, and the European Court of Auditors. Why is there a push for the UK to leave? One of the main principles of EU membership is “free... Read more
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The Irish Times
Data Protection Commissioner to take Facebook to European CourtThe Data Protection Commissioner is to challenge Facebook’s transfer of EU user
Data Protection Commissioner to take Facebook to European Court
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
The Data Protection Commissioner is to challenge Facebook’s transfer of EU users’ data to the US at the European Court of Justice (CJEU). The move follows an investigation by the commissioner to ascertain whether personal privacy is properly... Read more
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TechCrunch
More uncertainty over EU-US data flows as Irish DPA warns on legality of model contract clausesyear. The DPA said today it is referring so called ‘model contract clauses’ to
More uncertainty over EU-US data flows as Irish DPA warns on legality of model contract clauses
TechCrunch / Posted 3 days ago
year. The DPA said today it is referring so called ‘model contract clauses’ to the Irish High Court for referral on to the European Court of Justice (CJEU) — the latter being the same court that invalidated Safe Harbor on the grounds that it... Read more
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International Business Times
EU referendum: Historians can't predict the future when past questions are unanswered pamphlet sent to every household. How has the economy of Europe performed in th
EU referendum: Historians can't predict the future when past questions are unanswered
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
pamphlet sent to every household. How has the economy of Europe performed in the last few decades? Is it the case that the European Court of Justice has interfered in legal decisions within the UK? How have the Commission and Council of Ministers... Read more
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Eu Business
Rubik's Cube trade mark invalid: EU Court judge — EUbusiness.com- The EU trade mark representing the shape of a Rubik's Cube must be declared i
Rubik's Cube trade mark invalid: EU Court judge — EUbusiness.com
Eu Business / Posted 3 days ago
- The EU trade mark representing the shape of a Rubik's Cube must be declared invalid, according to the Opinion of the European Court of Justice' Advocate-General on Wednesday. In a long-running case originally brought in 2006, Advocate... Read more
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Rappler
Azerbaijan frees top anti-corruption journalist Ismayilovastep in to the campaign for her freedom. British human rights lawyer Amal Cloo
Azerbaijan frees top anti-corruption journalist Ismayilova
Rappler / Posted 3 days ago
step in to the campaign for her freedom. British human rights lawyer Amal Clooney, who represents Ismayilova before the European Court of Human Rights, has said that the journalist's case "involved a politically motivated prosecution to restrict... Read more
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birminghammail
Glee Club wins latest round of 20th Century Fox trademark battletrademark for Glee Club. However, the case was not completely determined as Fo
Glee Club wins latest round of 20th Century Fox trademark battle
birminghammail / Posted 3 days ago
trademark for Glee Club. However, the case was not completely determined as Fox argued it should be referred to the European Court for a ruling on whether the UK trademark regime relating to series trademarks was compatible with Community... Read more
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Fortune
Facebook Hit With Fresh Challenge to Its European Operationshe was worried about the mass surveillance revelations of Edward Snowden. The w
Facebook Hit With Fresh Challenge to Its European Operations
Fortune / Posted 3 days ago
he was worried about the mass surveillance revelations of Edward Snowden. The watchdog refused, and the case went up to the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which killed the “Safe Harbor” arrangement that Facebook and many other tech firms used to... Read more
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Times of Malta
Temporary ban on spring hunting of turtle dove announcedon the part of Malta’s hunters will remain in place until Malta’s right to dero
Temporary ban on spring hunting of turtle dove announced
Times of Malta / Posted 3 days ago
on the part of Malta’s hunters will remain in place until Malta’s right to derogate on Turtle Dove as declared by the European Court of Justice will again be possible. This will be determined by scientific proof of the maintenance of the said... Read more
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express
‘Cameron is DELUDED over EU’: Trade Unionists nail the 'LIE' that Brussels can be reformedto achieve. No doubt ‘another Europe is possible’ – but outside the European Un
‘Cameron is DELUDED over EU’: Trade Unionists nail the 'LIE' that Brussels can be reformed
express / Posted 3 days ago
to achieve. No doubt ‘another Europe is possible’ – but outside the European Union." He added that the supremacy of the European Court of Justice over member states' law "drives a coach and horses through Labour party democracy". "Any policy... Read more
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TechCrunch
UK surveillance bill’s controversial bulk powers to be reviewedby civil rights groups. Liberty for example, which is challenging the legality
UK surveillance bill’s controversial bulk powers to be reviewed
TechCrunch / Posted 3 days ago
by civil rights groups. Liberty for example, which is challenging the legality of bulk collection/mass interception in the European Court of Human Rights, criticized the earlier report for offering only six Agency case studies as justification for... Read more
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Times of Malta
Doubts expressed over censure motionthe British model, which functions in virtue of parliamentary conventions and p
Doubts expressed over censure motion
Times of Malta / Posted 3 days ago
the British model, which functions in virtue of parliamentary conventions and precedents. After the [Richard] Cachia Caruana vote, it may well be that the position has now changed,” said Dr Bonello, a former European Court of Human Righ... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Scottish alcohol sales increase to equivalent of 41 bottles of vodka per adultpricing as there is a direct link between price and the harm caused. But the w
Scottish alcohol sales increase to equivalent of 41 bottles of vodka per adult
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
pricing as there is a direct link between price and the harm caused. But the whisky industry said a recent ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling made it clear that minimum pricing is a significant barrier to trade and it would be... Read more
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The New Statesman
VIDEO: Market outlook from Artemis’ Chief Investment OfficerChevron to pull out of the country. Total has also abandonned explorations in D
VIDEO: Market outlook from Artemis’ Chief Investment Officer
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
Chevron to pull out of the country. Total has also abandonned explorations in Denmark, Poland is being referred to the European Court of Justice for failing to adequately assess fracking’s impact, and, in Germany, brewers have launched special... Read more
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heraldscotland
Rise in amount Scots drink in a year prompts fresh call for minimum alcohol pricingprice of 50p per unit in Scotland has been delayed following a legal challenge
Rise in amount Scots drink in a year prompts fresh call for minimum alcohol pricing
heraldscotland / Posted 3 days ago
price of 50p per unit in Scotland has been delayed following a legal challenge by the Scottish Whisky Association to the European Court of Justice. Public health experts argues that the latest figures on alcohol sales strengthen the case for... Read more
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Daily Record
We're LOSING against BOOZING: Scotland's drink problem is in our living roomup to Scotland to decide what works best. Paul Waterson, publicans' leader Th
We're LOSING against BOOZING: Scotland's drink problem is in our living room
Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
up to Scotland to decide what works best. Paul Waterson, publicans' leader The case has been sent back to Scotland by the European Court of Justice, and the Court of Session in Edinburgh will rule on the whisky association’s challenge. Bosses in... Read more
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express
Scots booze figures prompt push for minimum pricingand off-licences and more than half was at less than 50p per unit, the minimum
Scots booze figures prompt push for minimum pricing
express / Posted 3 days ago
and off-licences and more than half was at less than 50p per unit, the minimum price sought by SNP ministers. The European Court of Justice last year ruled the controversial policy was against EU law after a lengthy challenge from the... Read more
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express
This is why the EU is TERRIBLE for women, explains SUZANNE EVANSby 2024. Our public services are desperate for cash. Instead, we fork out £350
This is why the EU is TERRIBLE for women, explains SUZANNE EVANS
express / Posted 4 days ago
by 2024. Our public services are desperate for cash. Instead, we fork out £350million a week for our EU membership. The European Court of Justice overrides our tax laws, telling us to give up to £50billion in tax refunds to fat-cat businessmen... Read more
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Eu Business
EU rail freight not on right track: Court of Auditors — EUbusiness.com(LUXEMBOURG) - The EU's aim of shifting freight from road to rail is not workin
EU rail freight not on right track: Court of Auditors — EUbusiness.com
Eu Business / Posted 4 days ago
(LUXEMBOURG) - The EU's aim of shifting freight from road to rail is not working, said the European Court of Auditors Tuesday in a new report which shows a decline in rail's share of EU freight since 2011. While rail is more environmentally friendly... Read more
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Daily Mail
Meredith Kercher's killer to be FREED for 36 hours for good behaviourconviction was definitively overturned in March last year. Knox has since take
Meredith Kercher's killer to be FREED for 36 hours for good behaviour
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
conviction was definitively overturned in March last year. Knox has since taken her case against Italian police to the European Court of Human Rights, claiming that she was mistreated during their murder investigation. Now a journalist in her... Read more
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express
'Who are they' Farcical moment pro-EU Harriet Harman fails to recognise 7 top EU officialsseven jobs," an exasperated Neil exclaimed. "They are the presidents of the Com
'Who are they' Farcical moment pro-EU Harriet Harman fails to recognise 7 top EU officials
express / Posted 4 days ago
seven jobs," an exasperated Neil exclaimed. "They are the presidents of the Commission, the Council, the Parliament, the European Court." Earlier in the day, Ms Harman and David Cameron had campaigned together in West London to warn about the... Read more
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Scotsman
Tom Harris: Holyrood or EU judges in Luxembourg? You choosewould not be tolerated by our EU Commission overlords, so the policy on minimum
Tom Harris: Holyrood or EU judges in Luxembourg? You choose
Scotsman / Posted 4 days ago
would not be tolerated by our EU Commission overlords, so the policy on minimum pricing of alcohol was rejected by the European Court of Justice. Who runs Scotland? Holyrood or European judges sitting in Luxembourg? On June 23 Scottish voters... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Hero Hillsborough lawyer who has been fighting for peoples’ rights over four decadesis also involved in an ongoing battle to persuade the Government to allow priso
Hero Hillsborough lawyer who has been fighting for peoples’ rights over four decades
Liverpool Echo / Posted 4 days ago
is also involved in an ongoing battle to persuade the Government to allow prisoners the right to vote. Despite a European Court of Human Rights ruling the Government has dragged its feet over introducing new legislation. “We are now... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Burger off!spent $US16 million on the case, did not pursue them for it. Instead, Steel an
Burger off!
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
spent $US16 million on the case, did not pursue them for it. Instead, Steel and Morris pursued the UK government into the European Court of Human Rights, which ruled in February 2005 that the McLibel case breached Article 6 of the European... Read more
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Times of Malta
Pitfalls of the untruth gamethe European values which we cherish, even if that will at any stage require an
Pitfalls of the untruth game
Times of Malta / Posted 4 days ago
the European values which we cherish, even if that will at any stage require any one of us having to have recourse to the European Court of Human Rights. Labour ultimately rose to power through a strategy of deceit from day one, when it promised... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Hero Hillsborough lawyer who has fought for justice for decadesis also involved in an ongoing battle to persuade the Government to allow priso
Hero Hillsborough lawyer who has fought for justice for decades
Liverpool Echo / Posted 4 days ago
is also involved in an ongoing battle to persuade the Government to allow prisoners the right to vote. Despite a European Court of Human Rights ruling the Government has dragged its feet over introducing new legislation. And he also took... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Lockerbie lawyer taking air crash case against Vladimir Putinlawyer. Jerry Skinner, who is leading Australian law firm LHD’s compensation c
Lockerbie lawyer taking air crash case against Vladimir Putin
Irish Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
lawyer. Jerry Skinner, who is leading Australian law firm LHD’s compensation claim against Russia and Putin in the European Court of Human Rights, says he is confident of success but admits the case, like that of Lockerbie, may take... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Whisky body calls for infrastructure improvementsAnd we are. He continued: "Of course, our case on minimum unit pricing is stil
Whisky body calls for infrastructure improvements
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
And we are. He continued: "Of course, our case on minimum unit pricing is still out there. But we are nearly there. "The European Court ruled substantially in our favour in December. The Scottish courts now have to produce a final ruling in the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Passionate Boris Johnson defends the European Convention on Human Rightsam not against the European Convention or indeed the Court because it's very im
Passionate Boris Johnson defends the European Convention on Human Rights
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
am not against the European Convention or indeed the Court because it's very important for us - the judgements of the European Court of Human Rights do not have to be applied either by the UK courts or by the UK Parliament. "The judgements of... Read more
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Scotsman
‘Infrastructure improvements needed’ to protect Scotch whiskyAnd we are. He continued: “Of course, our case on minimum unit pricing is stil
‘Infrastructure improvements needed’ to protect Scotch whisky
Scotsman / Posted 5 days ago
And we are. He continued: “Of course, our case on minimum unit pricing is still out there. But we are nearly there. “The European Court ruled substantially in our favour in December. The Scottish courts now have to produce a final ruling in the... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Lockerbie Aviation Lawyer Takes on Putin in MH17 CaseTwenty-eight of the 298 passengers and crew on the flight were Australian citiz
Lockerbie Aviation Lawyer Takes on Putin in MH17 Case
The Moscow Times / Posted 5 days ago
Twenty-eight of the 298 passengers and crew on the flight were Australian citizens. The firm has filed a lawsuit with the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) seeking $10 million in damages for each of the 33 relatives of the passengers... Read more
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Daily Mirror
How to avoid getting screwed in the EU referendumnever get anything wrong But we'd then have to patrol our fishing zone with gu
How to avoid getting screwed in the EU referendum
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
never get anything wrong But we'd then have to patrol our fishing zone with gunboats and we'd still be subject to the European Court of Human Rights, so it'd all be a bit academic. Norway on the other hand, which is not in the EU but does... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Leaving the EU would cost 50,000 jobs in East England, Osborne claimsregulations and decisions, has “ultimate authority” over the law of the member
Leaving the EU would cost 50,000 jobs in East England, Osborne claims
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 5 days ago
regulations and decisions, has “ultimate authority” over the law of the member states. The UK can challenge it in the European Court of Justice but “it takes years” and “we usually lose”, Vote Leave said. •The Leave camp says the European... Read more
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