The resolution proposes that an opinion from the European Court of Justice is needed to ascertain whether the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) complies with the trading bloc's existing treaties before it can be formally ratified
Koen Lenaerts, the President of the European Court of Justice, suggests there are 'many, many ways' it could intervene in Britain’s EU exit
'She was wrong on an issue of transcendental importance, which undermines her authority in managing negotiations with Europe’s other member states'
Delivered to the Conservative conference in Birmingham (subheadings in bold).
A ruling by the European Court of Justice last year radically changed our ability to search the internet. The judgment created what has been dubbed a “right to be forgotten”, allowing individuals to request that particular items are removed from the results of a web search.
Britain's government previously rejected calls from European judges to amend its own legislation barring prisoners from voting
Airbrushing our own history could set a dangerous precedent
The ruling follows a request for advice from The Netherlands about three gay refugees seeking asylum from Uganda, Sierra Leone and Senegal
Q We would like to tour around Spain, in our own car, staying in paradors. We want to pre-book - what is the best way to do this?
Sue Wright, Worcester
Q We live in Spain but were stranded in the UK in 2010 because of the ash cloud. We had to return by ferry and plane from Santander to Alicante. We also incurred extra costs in the UK. Can we claim from Ryanair?
As UK airlines prepare for a wave of retrospective compensation claims by delayed passengers, some carriers have been accused of obstructing legitimate applications for long flight delays.
Travellers can now theoretically claim compensation for delays dating back to 2005
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.
Satellite broadcaster Sky today won a European legal battle over customs duties on imports of its Sky+ box.
British consumers face hikes in the cost of car and life insurance as well as a reduced income in retirement if the European Court of Justice outlaws gender-based pricing of premiums on Tuesday.
Polar bears have their day in court, and other legal dramas