Taggged: EU-law

Mother and Baby Home Commission records: An EU Law Perspective

Grand Chamber CJEU

It is critical that the state does not compound an administrative error being made by the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes and Certain Related Matters, in failing to take account of its duties under the Charter of Fundamental Rights and GDPR to set aside any national provision which would conflict with the rights of access and other data protection rights.

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Lisbon in Pieces

The day before Thursday's vote on the Lisbon Treaty there is a moratorium on reporting to let the electorate consider their position. So, as I'm a voter, I'm going to have a bit of a consider. I've leaned from Yes to No to Yes again over the course of the campaign.

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