This week: the details behind Silvio Berlusconi's sentencing and its impact on Italy, details of the EU (Referendum) Bill introduced in Parliament last week, the stalling accession of Turkey to the EU and the Tiny European Country of the Week.
This week: an explanation of the court hearing against the European Central Bank by the German constitutional court, the judgment regarding national security and the Citizenship Directive and another instalment of the Tiny European Country of the Week.
The ELB this weeks brings you news of three cases of competition law in the news, the recent faux pas from Francois Hollande and the Tiny European Country of the Week.
This week's blog provides a summary of recent cases by the ECJ and the proposed legal actions against the UK in regard to the 'right to reside' test for migrant benefits, as well as a profile on the French President,…
Wondering whether Euroscepticism exists outside the UK? Find out the answer in this week's ELB, along with the news on Sweden's riots, the olive oil U-turn, the tweet of the week and other Continental news.
This week's ELB discusses a decision by the ECJ on the unitary EU patent system, the referendum debacle in the House of Commons, the latest Continental news and... that olive oil decision by the Commission.
The European Law Blog returns with discussion of the Supreme Court's ruling that the UK was in breach of its obligation in relation to air pollution, news that Italy has found a government and an overview of the rise of…
This week: ECJ rules on the proportionality of Belgian language restrictions on the free movement of workers, the financial transaction tax is explained and Italy elects a new president (well... the same one as before).
This week's ELB discusses the nature of UKIP's opposition to the EU and an extended profile on its leader and MEP, Nigel Farage. Meanwhile, Cameron and Merkel begin a new relationship, tax dodging is highlighted and the ECJ makes a…
This week: the seven institutions of the EU explained, Portugal is in trouble, the EU and the ECHR get close, and social media laws struck down.