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ECJ tells UK to respect all EU rules until Brexit, including on asylum

ECJ tells UK to respect all EU rules until Brexit, including on asylum
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By Stefan Grobe
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The principle of the first country of entry remains, the Luxembourg-based judges ruled

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The European Court of Justice has established that until the Brexit takes place, the UK remains responsible for examining requests for international protection, following the principle of the first country of entry.

The case concerns a request from Ireland to take charge of those requests for protection of minors that were threatened by Brexit.

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