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EU Court of Justice Apr 17
: ‘wildcat strike’ not an extraordinary circumstance releasing airline from obligation to pay delay compensation
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PAnnicchino Apr 17
BOOM! : requirement of religious affiliation for a post within the Church must be subject to judicial review
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INT-FTI 20h
Satisfaction with interpreters at upwards of 97% ... contracts include 1 prep day... because quality matters.
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EU Court of Justice Apr 19
: Commercial agents are entitled to the indemnity + compensation provided for if termination of agency contract occurs during trial period
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Greenpeace EU Apr 17
A good day for nature and community resistance! The has ruled that logging in Poland's ancient Forest is against EU law. 🇪🇺❤️🌳 📰:
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Martin Lavelle #FBPE Apr 12
Replying to @DavidLammy
Another reason why I want the protection of the the Home Office is not to be trusted.
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Marta Kakol 19h
Excellent idea 👏 to have the 3 institutions present their trends in
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Philip C James 8h
You're really selling it to me. You'd like me to swap my automatic right, enshrined in treaty and safeguarded by the to live work and retire and receive reciprocal healthcare in any of 28 states for a temporary visitors' visa? Do I get snake oil with that?
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CIEL Apr 19
New briefing by & reveal that ECJ's ruling in March could have major implications for investment agreements b/w EU & non-EU countries
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Europagruppe GRÜNE Apr 17
The European Court of Justice () rules logging in is illegal and has to stop definitively! This is not only a victory for Europe’s oldest forest but for every citizen in Poland and Europe!
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Miguel Sousa Ferro Apr 19
replies to Portuguese Competition Court in C-525/16, clarifying discriminatory pricing abuses, addressing how to assess the existence of a "competitive disadvantage" on a downstream market
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Save Bialowieza Forest Apr 19
Celebrating verdict? Shockingly, this very forest is still certified as "sustainably managed" by so any product with logo can be made of Bialowieza wood
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Ted Yeoman #FBPE Apr 18
and the article doesn't go into her lamentable involvement with the courts ... The one and only reason the is red line issue They said "You can't do that" to the
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EU Court of Justice Apr 12
: unaccompanied minor who attains age of majority during asylum procedure retains right to family unification
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Anna Striethorst Apr 17
Ground-breaking ruling by the European Court of Justice: German churches can no longer require that all of its roughly one million employees in charities, schools and hospitals are Christian.
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Dave M Apr 12
Dear Advocate General, *sigh* Yours, Logic and Integrity
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Alan Rayner 6h
(1) puts the within scope of courts but 50(2) on is law. Is court competent to decide on validity of notification? OR is that a matter for to determine after receiving the judgment of UK court on whether decision taken?
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ECJ - NAACP Apr 11
Rashawn Byrd, one of our amazing Youth Leaders authored a blog, Liberty and Justice for Food. Check it out!
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Margrete Auken #FBPE Apr 17
Hoorray! Today ruled that is violating when allowing logging in and failing to preserve and protect , the only natural in ! has strong laws and must respect them!
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Stephen Townsley 11h
does a whole report on and never mentions that its an law protecting the public. A law that gives UK citizens more data protection. In the age of the don't feel its necessary to mention the benefit of European laws an the protection of the
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