Surge in EU applications for UK settlement scheme

By |november 15th, 2019|Brexit, Brexit withdrawal agreement, citizens' rights, News|

More than half a million applications for EU settled status were received by the UK’s Home Office in October, taking the total to 2.4 million.

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No escape from the hostile environment

By |oktober 16th, 2019|Brexit, citizens' rights, eu citizenship, Home Office, immigration policy, News|

The UK's offer of settled status to EU citizens may have seemed like a change of tack in its migration policy but there are many causes for anxiety, writes Roger Casale.

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Brexit causes status anxiety among EU nationals in the UK

By |oktober 14th, 2019|Brexit, citizens' rights, eu citizenship, News, UK government|

The negotiations on a Brexit Withdrawal Agreement have been painfully slow and often rancorous, but ministers have always insisted that the rights of EU nationals living in the UK will be protected. But despite all pledges, including from Prime Ministe...

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Labour vows to give EU nationals vote in UK general elections

By |september 25th, 2019|Brexit, citizens' rights, Labour Party, News, voting rights|

The prospect of EU nationals being able to vote in UK elections has increased after the opposition Labour party adopted new policy to guarantee EU and third-country nationals voting rights in all elections.

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Carve out Brexit deal on citizens’ rights, UK urges Barnier

By |junij 18th, 2019|Brexit, Brexit withdrawal agreement, citizens' rights, Michel Barnier, News, Steve Barclay|

The UK’s Brexit minister has urged the EU’s Michel Barnier to have a reciprocal agreement guaranteeing citizens’ rights in the event of a No Deal Brexit.

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EU declines to match UK’s citizens’ rights guarantee

By |februar 28th, 2019|Brexit, Brexit withdrawal agreement, citizens' rights, News, Theresa May|

The European Union will not match the UK government’s decision to guarantee the rights of EU nationals in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, and a Commission spokesperson insisted on Thursday (28 February) that the bloc would not negotiate ‘mini deals’.

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The 585-page draft Brexit agreement in a nutshell

By |november 15th, 2018|Brexit, citizens' rights, Customs Union, Cyprus, Gibraltar, Irish border, Michel Barnier, News, Northern Ireland|

The European Union has published on Wednesday (14 November) the 585-page draft Brexit deal aimed at ensuring a smooth divorce next March and outlining a transition period for both sides to adjust to the break.

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Brexit uncertainties haunt UK expats living in Spain

By |oktober 22nd, 2018|Article 50, Brexit, citizens' rights, News, Spain|

A lack of clarity in the Brexit negotiations has left many British expatriates living in Spain uncertain about just how the UK's withdrawal from the EU will affect their lives in the future, the head of the group 'Brexpats in Spain' told EURACTIV's media partner EFE in an interview Saturday (20 October).

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Pessimism and general fatigue characterise final stretch of Brexit

By |junij 28th, 2018|Antonio Tajani, Brexit, citizens' rights, European Parliament, future eu, Jude Kirton-Darling, News, Northern Ireland, Theresa May|

Faced with a united and firm EU, the UK remains unclear on its projects for Brexit. Fundamental questions such as governance or the Northern Irish border are far from resolved. EURACTIV.fr reports.

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Pay £65 to stay, UK tells its EU residents

By |junij 21st, 2018|Brexit, Brexit transitional deal, citizens' rights, House of Commons, News, Sajid Javid, UK government papers on Brexit|

EU nationals living in the UK will have until June 2021 to apply for permanent residency at a cost of £65 per person, under a proposed scheme unveiled on Thursday (21 June).

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