Raw Politics: ECJ general ruling on Brexit, COP24, French protests

Raw Politics: ECJ general ruling on Brexit, COP24, French protests
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On Raw Politics this Tuesday:

EU court advisor rules that UK can end Brexit unilaterally

The European Court of Justice's advocate general, Manuel Campos Sanchez-Bordona, has ruled that the UK should have the option to cancel its withdrawal from the bloc unilaterally.

The legal opinion of Europe's top court official comes just days before the Parliament are set to debate the Brexit deal.

Protests continue in France

French President Macron is under increasing pressure as protests continue throughout France.

The "yellow vest" movement was sparked by hiked fuel prices, which French Prime Minister Philippe suspended for a period of six months on Tuesday.

Danish plan to send foreign criminals to deserted island

Denmark is planning on sending convicted asylum seekers to a deserted island off the country's coast.

The policy is part of the Danish People's Party (DPP) and governments draft budget agreement.

Other topics discussed in this episode include COP24 with guests including Friends of Europe's Director of Strategy, Dharmendra Kanani, and The Sunday Times' EU correspondent Andrew Byrne.

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