- French photographer vows to record Brexit history in video
What will we think of Brexit in 30 or 40 years? Impossible to know, but as a start we should make sure we remember. Such is the ambition of French photographer Lionel Derimais.
2nd July 2018
- How language discrimination fuels the hostile environment
How linguistic xenophobia, discriminating against people based on the way they speak or the language they use, contributes to the 'hostile environment' created by the Home Office.
28th June 2018
- Home Office unveils details about settled status scheme for EU nationals
The UK Home Office published details on how it plans to register EU nationals living in the country, so their right to stay will be formally recognized after Brexit. It is the first time details are set out in a ministerial document providing some certainty, more than 700 days after the UK voted to leave the EU.
21st June 2018
- Dutch court deals blow to British hoping to maintain EU citizenship
British residents in EU countries were counting on a ruling of the European Court of Justice to maintain the right to move freely in the EU after Brexit. But today an Amsterdam court dashed their hopes.
19th June 2018
- German industry associations warn about UK post-Brexit immigration rules
Associations representing German industries and employers called on the UK to adopt fair immigration rules that at the very least match the EU system for third country nationals, as free movement ends post-Brexit.
14th June 2018
- Lack of information threatening post-Brexit citizens’ status
More efforts are needed to inform Irish and other EU nationals in the UK, as well as British residents in the EU of what changes and what they need to do to secure their status post-Brexit, a parliamentary commitee was told this week.
10th June 2018
- How rules are changing for workers posted temporarily in EU countries
Workers posted temporarily to other EU countries will have to be remunerated based on the rules of the host state for the same type of work, under a law voted by the European parliament.
5th June 2018
- UK citizens will find out the hard way the value of the EU Charter
UK citizens won’t suddenly find themselves devoid of rights the day the UK leaves the EU. For this reason, the topic is unlikely to get the cut-through necessary to inform the public about the changes likely to occur.
1st June 2018
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