Two of the highest courts in the Netherlands ruled that the government can legally require irregular migrants to cooperate before granting them social support. This blog discusses the dangerous premise that withdrawing social support is permissible.
The European Court of Justice has held that deficient prudential supervision under the Banking Directives cannot lead to State liability. Could the same conclusion be drawn for deficient supervision concerning the conduct of business of investment firms?
In respect of morally sensitive issues like abortion, surrogacy or legal recognition of same-sex relationships, there is considerable diversity within the EU. Cross-border movement in the EU exposes and affects this moral diversity. How does that work?