Thinking Anglicans

yet more comments on the European Court decisions

Earlier articles on this can be found here, and then here, next here, and also here.

First, there was an article in the Church Times by Mark Hill headlined Strasbourg marks a sea-change in tolerance that is only available to subscribers, but which takes a rather different line to his earlier article at the Guardian website.

The second guest post at the ECHR Blog was written by Hana van Ooijen and is available at Eweida and Others Judgment Part II – The Religion Cases.

Another second post at Strasbourg Observers by Stijn Smet is titled Eweida, Part II: The Margin of Appreciation Defeats and Silences All.

Iyiola Solanke wrote at Eutopia Law about Clarification of the Article 9(2) ECHR qualification? Eweida and Others v the UK.

Ronan McCrea wrote at UK Constitutional Law Group: Ronan McCrea: Strasbourg Judgement in Eweida and Others v United Kingdom.

Julie Maher wrote at Oxford Human Rights Hub Religious Rights in the Balance: Eweida and Others v UK.

James Wilson has written a series of three posts on Eweida and Others v United Kingdom: Introduction, then what the court ruled and finally some comments.

And Andrew Worthley wrote at Ekklesia Law and religion: happy marriage or estranged acquaintances?

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Firstly my sincere thanks for collating these very helpful and vauluable resources. These are not links to be read on your mobile on the way home but nonetheless do repay reading if you have the time (and interest). There are a couple of curious things with this judgment. I must say that I do agree with Ronan McCrea about the dissenting opinions in Ladele. I think this is a real stain on the Court’s previous high reputation. Much more of this and I think the Court itself will be tarnished as a political entity (a little like Antonin Scalia). As… Read more »