- Withdrawal agreement bill: Lords defeat government over EU citizens' rights
The House of Lords passed an amendment requiring the government to give EU nationals in the UK the automatic right to stay after Brexit.
21st January 2020
- UK and EU parliaments resume discussion on citizens’ rights post-Brexit
As the House of Commons passed the withdrawal agreement bill, citizens' rights took centre-stage again.
12th January 2020
- How European pension coordination works and what changes for the UK
Adrian Berry, barrister at Garden Court Chambers in London, explains how the coordination of state pensions worek for people who move around EU countries.
10th January 2020
- Not just Brexit: the 2020 European calendar
What sort of relationship will the UK establish with the rest of Europe? And how will EU countries cement their own? The 2020 calendar gives some hints.
3rd January 2020
- Who will oversee post-Brexit rights
The withdrawal agreement bill creates an Independent Monitoring Authority to oversee how the citizens’ rights sections of the Brexit deal.
24th December 2019
- UK election and Brexit: what happens next
With a solid Tory majority, it is now almost certain that the UK will leave the bloc on 31 January 2020. What are the key steps before and after that date?
16th December 2019
- Sadness, relief, future planning: reactions to the UK election
A mix of sadness, relief and desire to move on: reactions to the UK election results among groups of EU nationals in the UK and British residents in the EU.
15th December 2019
- Brexit, citizens’ rights, immigration: a guide to the UK election
After more than three years of Brexit uncertainty, what to expect from this vote? This is what parties’ are promising on immigration and citizens' rights.
9th December 2019
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