The ruling follows a request for advice from The Netherlands about three gay refugees seeking asylum from Uganda, Sierra Leone and Senegal
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Monday 05 December 2011
Friday 28 October 2011
Wednesday 31 August 2011
Britain's final salary pension schemes are taking the Government to the European Court of Justice in a bid to save £100m a year in taxes they claim they are being unfairly charged.
Friday 24 June 2011
The European Parliament yesterday bowed to three years of pressure and released a secret report that exposed the widespread abuse of expenses by MEPs.
Wednesday 22 June 2011
Publication of suppressed report could undermine efforts to deal with eurozone debt crisis
Thursday 19 May 2011
Outlook As he was preparing to unveil the findings of his five-month investigation into Britain's intellectual property and copyright laws yesterday, Ian Hargreaves was asked how he could be confident his recommendations would not end up gathering dust in Whitehall, the fate of a string of similar reviews over the past decade. Ever the optimist, Professor Hargreaves said he hoped the Government would have the courage of its convictions this time.
Wednesday 18 May 2011
The Government’s used a non-existent court challenge as an excuse for blocking a ban on wild animal in circuses, it was claimed today.
Thursday 05 May 2011
Britons fighting to keep full disability benefits despite moving abroad lost their legal claim in the European Court of Justice today.
Friday 29 April 2011
No one should doubt the gravity of the ruling by one of the eight advocates general to the European Union's Court of Justice on the issue of stem cells. It looks set to kill off a fledgling bioscience discipline that could revolutionise medicine in the 21st century.
Thursday 28 April 2011
Sky Sports and ITV have reached a new £400m three-year deal for Champions League broadcasting rights, although senior Uefa official William Gaillard has warned future contracts may be less generous.
Thursday 28 April 2011
A fledgling biosciences industry that promises to revolutionise medicine in the 21st century could be destroyed by a French judge who has declared it immoral to patent inventions based on cells derived from human embryos.
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