Vote remain: how EU human, women’s and labour rights protect us from the Tories

  While the Brexit vs Bremain debate has been- and will continue to be- argued and analysed to death, one very important issue has escaped mainstream attention: human rights. The EU’s European Court of Justice, its laws and its Charter of Fundamental Rights safeguards our human rights more than the European Court of Human Rights.Continue reading “Vote remain: how EU human, women’s and labour rights protect us from the Tories”

EU free movement law discriminates non EU citizens

EU Law discriminates against individuals and families who aren’t EU citizens. Here’s a list of how EU citizens and their families are given preferential treatment over non-EU nationals (all references are to Directive 2004/38/EC): EU citizens can enter the UK (and all other EU Member States). The only requirement is that they have enough resourcesContinue reading “EU free movement law discriminates non EU citizens”