Key rights protections spelled out in EU law have not been transposed into UK national law, meaning EU national children in the UK will lose critical rights on Brexit day. That is, assuming they're able to register to stay in the country at all.
Public discussion on Brexit is dominated by the economy and control over the UK’s borders, but what about our rights, the very essence of democracy? Take stock with Liberties of what rights Brits (and Europeans) stand to gain and lose from a Brexit.
British security services acted unlawfully in accessing bulk data gathered by the US National Security Agency, a UK tribunal has judged, marking the first time it has ruled against an intelligence agency.
The European Court of Human Rights, in the case McDonald v. United Kingdom, has ruled on the standards that should be followed by local authorities while balancing budget savings and social welfare services.