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The EU or the Commonwealth: a dilemma for the UK – or a false choice?

Steve Peers published this on his EU Law Analysis blog, many thanks for again letting us reproduce one of his articles here. The United Kingdom has its finger in many pies: the EU, NATO, the United Nations Security Council and the … Continue reading

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An EU Neverendum: Should the UK keep voting on its EU membership?

Steve Peers published this on the EU Law Analysis blog today (1st June 2015), many thanks for letting us reproduce it here. A recent press story suggested that supporters of the ‘Out’ side in the upcoming referendum are already planning to … Continue reading

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Some legal opinion on immigration controls in both directions.

Both of these links refer to the EU Law Analysis blogspot. What happens to British expatriates if the UK leaves the EU? What would happen to EU nationals living or planning to visit or live in the UK after a … Continue reading

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