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The Dano Effect – The restriction on benefits paid to EU citizens who are former workers

Desmond Rutledge examines the recent decision in Alimanovic (C-67/14) which holds that it is lawful for a Member State to restrict the period a former worker from another Member State can access benefits upon becoming involuntarily unemployed based on Dano (C-333/12). Continue reading

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The need for Gypsies and Travellers to respond to the Government’s balance of competences review on fundamental rights

Marc Willers explains why it is so important that Gypsies and Travellers respond to the Government’s balance of competences review on fundamental rights by submitting evidence before 13 January 2014. Introduction The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) issued a call for … Continue reading

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