- Members of the European parliament issue warning to UK on citizens' rights
Members of the European parliament threatened to veto the Brexit deal if the British government does not improve its approach on the rights of 3 million EU nationals living in the country.
10th July 2017
- British citizens living in the EU face an uncertain future
Based on the British government offer to EU nationals in the UK and the principle of reciprocity, rights of Britons living in the EU will diminish after Brexit.
9th July 2017
- Five questions on the UK ‘offer’ to EU nationals
The UK proposals on securing rights of EU citizens living in the country (and obtaining similar rights for British citizens elsewhere in the EU) starts to provide some clarity on the future status of people directly affected by Brexit, but it also leaves several questions unanswered.
2nd July 2017
- Why the offer to EU nationals in the UK is “insufficient”
From ‘pathetic’ to ‘insufficient’, the British offer to EU nationals living in the UK to stay after Brexit has been met with little enthusiasm.
25th June 2017
- Britons striving for European identity take action to maintain EU citizenship
As Brexit negotiations are about to start, groups of Britons are taking action to preserve their EU citizenship after the UK leaves the European Union.
18th June 2017
- Petition launched to allow dual citizenship for Dutch nationals
EU nationals in UK are applying for naturalisation to protect their rights post Brexit. But for the Dutch, obtaining another passport means losing Dutch citizenship.
4th June 2017
- EU ready for talks with UK, is everything covered?
Citizens' groups British in Europe and the3million welcomed the EU negotiating position on Brexit. But they also expressed some reservations.
24th May 2017
- Seeking solutions for people affected by Brexit: EU parliament debate
A hearing at the European parliament laid out the problems faced by more than 4 million people whose status will change with Brexit. Some of the proposals raised at the event are not legally viable, according to a new study.
11th May 2017
- EU-UK talks: two areas of contention on citizens’ rights
Reports about a dinner at 10 Downing Street with the EU Commission Brexit negotiating team revealed a number of areas of disagreement between the EU and the UK. One of them is how to deal with citizens’ rights.
5th May 2017
- Brexit: three categories of people at risk you haven't heard about
Increasing number of enquiries from the UK to a legal service about EU citizenship and free movement rights highlight issues of concern.
17th April 2017
- Citizens’ rights and EU trade agreements: where is the best match?
Possible trade arrangements between the UK and the EU have been discussed at length since the EU referendum. But little has been said about citizens' rights: what are the options available for the future?
13th April 2017
- 12 ways to know your EU rights and have them respected
How to know which EU rights apply to you and what to do if they are not respected? 12 places to get started.
10th April 2017
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