- The rights of dual-British and EU nationals
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- What is the legal background to this case, and what are the facts?
- What question has the court referred to the CJEU, and why?
- Do you think that the exclusion in the EEA Regs 2006 of those with dual nationality of the UK and another Member State from benefiting from EU free movement rights in the UK is an incorrect implementation of the McCarthy decision in cases other than naturalisation, and if so, why?
Immigration analysis: Should EU free movement rights not apply to persons who have dual nationality of the UK and of another EU Member State? Dr Alina Tryfonidou, Associate Professor in EU law at the University of Reading, considers the referral to the Court of Justice of European Union (CJEU) of R (on the application of Lounes) v Secretary of State for the Home Department.
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