‘Disallegient conduct’ and citizenship stripping: Recent Australian developments

‘Disallegient conduct’ and citizenship stripping:  Recent Australian developments

Rayner THWAITES

In December 2015 new statutory powers of citizenship stripping for ‘disallegient conduct’ entered into force in Australia. In November 2018, a Bill was introduced into the Australian Parliament to expand the scope of one of these deprivation powers, debate on this Bill occupying Parliamentary committees through early 2019.

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Absent-Present Membership? EU Citizens in Brexit Britain

Absent-Present Membership? EU Citizens in Brexit Britain

Reuven ZIEGLER

Having notified the European Council on 29 March 2017 of its intention to withdraw from the EU, the negotiated Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration on the Future Relationship between the UK and the EU27 was thrice rejected by the UK House of Commons, forcing the Prime Minister to announce her departure. On 23rd May 2019, the UK held European Parliamentary Elections with Brexit dominating the electoral landscape.

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A Common Policy? The Calling into Question of the European Asylum System

A Common Policy? The Calling into Question of the European Asylum System

Valentina CARLINO

“Solidarity is the glue that keeps our Union together. […] And when it comes to managing the refugee crisis, we have started to see solidarity. I am convinced much more solidarity is needed. But I also know that solidarity must be given voluntarily. It must come from the heart. It cannot be forced. We often show solidarity most readily when faced with emergencies.”

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