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Grayling plots court case for EU legal battle

Coalition plots court case to escape EU 'fundamental rights' charter

Chris Grayling has pledged to go court to make sure the EU's charter of fundamental rights does not apply to the UK, following reports that Britain has been 'duped' into coming under new human rights law.

Opinion Former Articles

  • BMF In ‘Back Off EU’ Brussels Protest

    Despite the unseasonable time of year, Tuesday saw the BMF amongst the hundreds of riders from all over Europe who converged on the European Parliament building in Brussels to protest at the latest raft of motorcycle related Type Approval Regulations emanating from the European Commission.

  • ESRC: EU copyright laws are off balance

    Multi-millionaire rockers such as Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Cliff Richard are set to benefit from recent changes to EU copyright legislation that extend the duration of copyright protection. But, already copyright lasts for too many years and is overly complex, argue researchers from the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy & Management (CIPPM), Bournemouth University.

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