Freedom of Movement
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Over 2 million EU nationals are at risk of discrimination in UK aftershock EU court ruling – What happens next?5 min read
A European Court’s ruling on benefits access for some EU nationals could have stark implications for 2.3 million people, including the UK discriminating against them if they have been granted pre-settled status.
Professor Chris Grey on Brexit turning out to be exactly the mess that was predicted for exactly the reasons predicted. How Brexit’s fatal flaw is at the heart of the latest Northern Ireland Protocol rows and their deeper roots, the desperate search for Brexit benefits...
Brexiters told us that Brexit meant freedom. One month on... how free do Britons actually feel now?
All that the Conservatives with their Brexit obsession have done is to put rocket boosters under the Scottish Independence cause.
Can there be true democracy without freedom of movement for all?
The impact of Brexit is not just about UK students and retirees’ future lost opportunities in Europe, but about hard-working Brits living in the EU worried about keeping their right to return to the UK one day with their families, keeping their homes and their livelihoods.