With Brexit and the European Elections, the3million ask whether MEPs will fight for EU citizens’ rights in the next European Parliament. [...]
- PMP Magazine Contributor.
- 39 articles in PMP Magazine
Founder of the3million to protect #citizensrights
the3million on why there is still time to contact the 28 EU leaders to secure the rights of 5 million of EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in Europe before Brexit. [...]
the3million on why it is important EU citizens write to their country leaders to protect their citizens’ rights whether the UK leaves the EU with or without a Brexit deal. [...]
The Costa Amendment passed, but we now need you to write to the president of the European Council Donald Tusk to express your strongest concern about the current EU position. The ball is clearly in his court. [...]
There is an amendment going around Westminster to rescue, ring-fence, the citizens’ rights part of the EU/UK withdrawal agreement no matter what Brexit outcome. It has wide support from MPs of all parties, both Leave and Remain. [...]
We have written to all MPs today to urge them to support the amendment proposed by Conservative MP Alberto Costa, which would mandate the PM to seek, with the EU, a bilateral agreement on the citizens’ rights for EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in Europe. [...]
In case of no-deal Brexit, EU citizens’ rights will not be protected, the3million writes. [...]
the3million publishes a survey on the main concerns of EU citizens as they apply for the government’s Settled Status scheme to be able to remain in their own home in the UK after Brexit. [...]
the3million can take UK Government to court over Home Office rules to restrict access to personal data.
First success in our legal challenge to remove the immigration exemption from the Data Protection Act 2018 (GDPR). [...]
the3million in 2019: Keep fighting for citizens’ rights and stop the Windrush-inspired ‘settled status’ policies.
In 2019, the3million will keep fighting for citizens’ rights and outreach to the most vulnerable EU citizens so they too can get documented. [...]