- EU parliament unconvinced by UK Home Office administrative procedure for EU nationals
Five hundred days after the EU referendum, the UK Home Office published a technical note clarifying the administrative procedure it intends to apply to recognise the position of EU nationals currently living in Britain.
12th November 2017
- A violation of the right to private and family life?
The protracted uncertainty experienced by 4.5 million people directly impacted by Brexit could be a violation of the European Convention on Human Rights.
5th November 2017
- How can the European Union be more meaningful for its citizens?
Brexit and recent events in Catalonia have raised questions about the role of the European Union. What's in it for citizens? Maybe it's time for an EU Commissioner for Happiness.
31st October 2017
- French survey to plan support for UK residents
The British branch of Français du Monde, an organisation for French residents abroad, is surveying French nationals in the UK on the impact of Brexit.
25th October 2017
- Brexit: a proposal to break the deadlock on citizens' rights
A citizens' rights group proposed a system to secure the status of EU citizens in the UK hoping to break the deadlock in Brexit talks.
25th October 2017
- Free movement, strong economy, just society: the aspirations of young Brits
Young Brits have been part of the EU for their entire life and now their relationship with Europe is being re-shaped. What are their aspirations?
23rd October 2017
- Why are only 11% of business founders in Paris from outside France?
According to the “Global Start-up Ecosystem Report 2017” only 11% of start-ups in Paris have founders from outside the country.
22nd October 2017
- This is the letter Theresa May sent to EU nationals in the UK
Ahead of the European Council meeting in Brussels, the British Prime Minister wrote an open letter to EU nationals in the UK.
19th October 2017
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