the3million’s update on the #DeniedMyVote crowdfunder, a disappointing new Prime Minister and the latest news from Brussels. [Read now...]
the3million and the Open Rights Group argue that the immigration exemption, which passed into law last year as part of the Data Protection Act (DPA) 2018, is unlawful. [Read now...]
the3million’s response to Home Secretary Sajid Javid bragging that the EU Settlement Scheme is “performing well” without explaining how that performance is actually being measured. [Read now...]
Hate Britain – How Theresa May’s ‘hostile environment’ conspired to ruin the lives of a young family.
One family’s depressing and Kafkaesque struggle to stay together, as the Home Office computer repeatedly says NO — all for the sake of a hundred pounds. [Read now...]
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. [Read now...]
the3million’s views on the Document Scanning Centres for EU citizens recently launched by the Home Office. [Read now...]
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). [Read now...]
Home Office to share widely EU citizens’ data with organisations in the UK and overseas after Brexit.
Is it at all acceptable for Theresa May’s Government to hold and share data from EU citizens living in the UK, when the former Home Secretary herself scrapped the ID cards scheme in 2010 because she thought there was a civil liberties argument against them? [Read now...]
The Home Office’s latest video posted on Twitter yesterday with smiling EU citizens all around has proven to be an absolute parody of what a shambolic policy the Settled Status scheme is. [Read now...]