Friction and Overlap between EU free movement rules and immigration law in the UK

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Layman's description

'Friction and Overlap' evaluated the relationship between European Union free movement rules and United Kingdom immigration law, with a view to understanding how the relationship between these two systems is evolving. The project produced outputs which are designed to be useful to academics, practitioners, policymakers and those with a more general interest in the development of UK immigration law, and the UK’s adjustment to its EU law obligations.
Effective start/end date1/12/0931/05/13


  • UK-based charities: £65,170.00


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