- UK citizenship more distant for some EU nationals with ‘settled status’
Some EU citizens who have settled in the UK may have to wait longer than anticipated to naturalise as British citizens, under latest government guidance.
31st May 2020
- Moving across EU still difficult for social security, family rights
An ECAS report provides insight into the challenges EU citizens experience when exercising their freedom of movement rights in the EU.
24th May 2020
- EU and UK exchange accusations ahead of citizens’ rights committee meeting
On citizens' rights, the EU Commission launched an infringement procedure against the UK and the UK complained about inaction by EU member states.
17th May 2020
- Stranded abroad: how EU repatriations work and why some EU citizens struggled to return to the UK
Coronavirus travel restrictions have left some 600,000 EU citizens stranded overseas, according to data published by the European Commission.
6th May 2020
- Interview with MEP Terry Reintke: EU-UK friendship group and why Brits should participate in EU's future debate
On Tuesday 28 April, the EU-UK friendship group at the European Parliament will hold its first public meeting on the “impact of Brexit on citizens' rights”.
26th April 2020
- A union of states or people? New court case about nature of EU citizenship
If successful, the case would establish that there is a relationship between the European Union and EU citizens beyond the belonging to an EU member state.
13th April 2020
- Air passenger rights: a battle between refunds and vouchers
Airlines are pressuring to soften EU consumer protections and often offer vouchers instead of refunds for cancelled flights.
11th April 2020
- How to make home schooling with bilingual children more effective
Home schooling is not easy at the best of times, let alone in the midst of a pandemic. And when multiple languages are involved, the task gets even harder.
10th April 2020
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