- 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
- Spain and France ready to sign dual citizenship agreement
Spain and France are preparing to sign an agreement to mutually allow dual citizenship for their nationals, a "strong symbol of European integration."
7th December 2019
- European student card, minimum wage, transnational lists: what to expect from the new European Commission
A new policy cycle has started for the European Union, as the new European Commission took office on December 1st. What's in store for the next five years?
6th December 2019
- Who do governments represent? The history of voting rights for Brits abroad
It was not until 1985 that the law relating to parliamentary elections in the UK extended the right to vote to UK nationals living overseas.
29th November 2019
- Meet the man living in France who is challenging Boris Johnson in his constituency
It is unusual to hear candidates standing for election asking people not to vote for them. But that’s what William Tobin says.
24th November 2019
- EU, EEA, Swiss, Turkish business owners and self-employed: what changes with no-deal Brexit
Two regulations remove non-discrimination rights for certain persons who are self-employed, own or manage companies in the UK in no-deal Brexit.
17th November 2019
- Interview with Dutch MP Sjoerdsma on Brexit dual citizenship exception and why Brits are excluded
Exclusive interview with MP behind the bill allowing Dutch nationals in the UK to apply for UK citizenship without having to renounce to the Dutch passport.
3rd November 2019
- The Brexit deal and your rights: 20 things you need to know
The United Kingdom and the European have reached a new Brexit agreement. What does it say about your rights? Here is a recap.
27th October 2019
Subscribe to the newsletter