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The Equality Commission for Northern Ireland (ECNI) and the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission (NIHRC) have sought to provide clarity on the extent of the UK government's commitment to protect certain equality and human rights after Brexit. A new joint working paper from the two rights bodies

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Nearly half of Irish financial services industry leaders believe the UK will rejoin the European Union by 2040, according to a survey by business law firm Mason Hayes & Curran. The firm surveyed around 400 industry leaders attending its financial services insights event last night, which took pl

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Brexit has "threatened the common human rights space previously shared by all people on the island of Ireland", the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has said. The body — one of the two organs of the Council of Europe, with 306 members drawn from national European parliame

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A report published today by Westminster's European scrutiny committee has concluded that the principle of the supremacy of EU law should be scrapped. It added that allowing this to continue would be "incongruous" with the UK’s legal framework.

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Migrant care home and agricultural workers will co-create new research to analyse the impact of new visa rules introduced following Brexit. The research aims to show more about living and working conditions of those who arrive in Britain to work on farms and with the elderly.

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Sarah Henry, solicitor with Newry-based Granite Immigration Law, looks at the EU Settlement Scheme more than three years after its launch in March 2019. Where do EEA citizens and other beneficiaries of the scheme stand now? The vast majority of EU, EEA, and Swiss citizens who were UK residents by th

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Controversial legislation which will allow the UK government to unilaterally disapply parts of the Northern Ireland protocol has cleared a major parliamentary hurdle. The Northern Ireland Protocol Bill was approved at second reading in the House of Commons by 295-221, with Conservative and DUP MPs v

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The UK government has pressed ahead with legislation unilaterally rewriting the Northern Ireland Protocol agreed with the EU – in spite of opposition from a majority of Stormont politicians. The Northern Ireland Protocol Bill was published by ministers yesterday alongside a memo on the governm

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The Court of Justice of the European Union has confirmed that UK citizens no longer possess EU citizenship after it was asked to rule on the topic by a British woman living in France. The woman, EP, was challenging her removal from the French electoral roll, which in turn required the French court h

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British businessman Arron Banks, who played a high-profile role in the Brexit referendum by bankrolling campaign group Leave.EU, has failed in a libel action brought against investigative journalist Carole Cadwalladr. Mr Banks brought the High Court proceedings against Ms Cadwalladr, a journalist wi

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Controversial legislation overriding parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol will be introduced to Westminster today. The Northern Ireland Protocol Bill will be presented to MPs by foreign secretary Liz Truss this afternoon, though no debate will take place at this stage.

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