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Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos

Professor Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos is the inaugural Chair of Law at Goldsmiths, University of London and College Associate Dean at Brunel University London, Senior Lecturer in Law and an academic fellow of the Inner Temple. He has published extensively on suspects' rights, criminal evidence and the ECHR, and provides commentary on current legal and political affairs in relation to the UK, France and Greece.

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Human rights with a (Brexit) use-by date

The Government continues to treat European human rights, incorporated by the Human Rights Act (HRA) into UK law, like supermarket products with a use-by date: we can enjoy them for now, but the government reserves the right to take them away after Brexit.

Our response to Theresa May’s ‘fair and serious’ offer

The New Europeans Citizenship Unit,  and the Britain in Europe think tank are pleased to present our report on The Rights of EU27 Citizens in the UK and UK Citizens in the EU27: A response to Theresa May’s ‘fair and serious’ offer               

EU citizens’ rights: The ‘fair and serious’ offer that wasn’t

Yesterday Theresa May presented European leaders in Brussels with the general principles of what she regards a “fair and serious” offer on EU citizens’ rights. 

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