- Ring-fence deal on citizens’ rights, say UK lawmakers
A Brexit deal on citizens' rights should be ‘ring-fenced’, said a UK parliamentary committee amid concerns that the issue is falling off the agenda.
2nd December 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
- 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
- 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
- Growing concerns as Brexit talks stall
475 days after the EU referendum, still no solution for expatriates affected by Brexit and concerns are growing at the risk of no deal.
17th October 2017
- Finding a cure for young people's allergy to vote
Austria and the Czech Republic go to the polls this month with the spectre of a low turnout of young people. How to encourage them to vote?
8th October 2017
- "No sufficient progress" on people's rights
The European parliament will vote a resolution that recommends delaying talks on a future trade agreement with the UK, as there hasn't been "sufficient progress" on the terms of EU exit yet.
1st October 2017
- Citizens’ rights easiest part of Brexit, says Article 50 author
Former UK Lord Kerr diplomat says citizens' rights is where Brexit talks have advanced the most and remaining issues can be solved.
16th September 2017
- How language frames political debate
The word 'Brexit' doesn’t include anything to do with remaining or with Europe. So every time it is used, the idea of exiting is triggered and likely reinforced.
29th July 2017
- What happens if there is no Brexit deal
Brexit negotiators will be busy for the next 18 months, but the impending question is: what happens if there is no deal? A report speculates on the options.
21st July 2017
- Brexit: two years to divorce or to know each other?
Perhaps 45 years of EU-UK partnership have not been enough to understand each other, says Prof. Ongaro of Open University.
23rd June 2017
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