Reference by Supreme Court to CJEU: Does Enhanced Protection Depend on Permanent Residence?

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Secretary of State for the Home Department v Franco Vomero (Italy) [2016] UKSC 49 (27 July 2016)

In analysing the future role of the courts in the post-Brexit legal landscape, Christina Lienen predicts a rise in EU law cases because of “people’s anxieties about their legal status and rights.” Noting that a number of complex EU law cases are pending before the Supreme Court, she concludes “that we will be in for a treat once the article 50 trigger is pulled.” Though a longstanding pre-Brexit matter, the case of Franco Vomero (FV) is one where the Supreme Court referred a series of questions about the interplay between of article 16 and article 28 of the Citizens’ Directive or 2004/38/EC. Almost four years ago, the Court of Appeal (Pill, Aikens and Rafferty LJJ, [2012] EWCA Civ 1199) held that a four-year period of imprisonment for manslaughter did not affect…

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