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Report released on sixth anniversary of referendum finds ‘significant and mostly negative’ feelings about EU withdrawal. / “I cried. I had to go to work. I felt betrayed, unheard, uncared-for, left to wonder about my life in the UK and what had been the point.”
The Court of Justice of the European Union has confirmed that UK citizens no longer possess EU citizenship after it was asked to rule on the topic by a British woman living in France.
An estate agency has announced what it calls a ‘Global Citizenship Division’ to take advantage of a surge in interest for homes that come with permanent residence.
A major consequence has been to the rights of British nationals to move freely around Europe to travel, live and work; especially so for those with holiday homes who now find themselves limited to 90 days in every 180.
How far would you go to protect your freedom of movement and EU citizenship rights? Many British citizens have taken the difficult decision to become citizens of an EU country. Here are personal stories how and why they remained European.
Darren Millar, who represents Clwyd West, came under fire from Plaid Cymru Deputy Leader Rhun ap Iorwerth for keeping his EU citizenship, while voting to take it away from others.
Darren Millar, the MS for Clwyd West, has retained his EU citizenship, despite voting to take it away from others.
It might have had five years to sink in, but for those with deep roots on the continent, the pain of Brexit still feels raw – particularly at this time of year.
Thousands who fled their war-torn country stand to lose their right to work, rent a home and access NHS.
Eurocitizens 15/06/2021
We defend EU citizenship rights to live, work and study: for UK nationals in Spain and Spanish nationals in the UK. / Defendemos los derechos de ciudadanía europea (para vivir, trabajar, estudiar etc.) de los británicos en España y los españoles en el Reino Unido.
It’s tragic how little the British public was informed about the benefits of free movement, or of the variety of things they would stand to lose upon Britain’s departure from the EU.
JOHN LE CARRÉ, the novelist, appeared to be the quintessential Englishman - but his son Nicholas has revealed his father died an Irishman, both legally and emotionally.
John le Carré, the novelist behind spy thrillers such as Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and The Night Manager, claimed Irish citizenship just before he died, his son has revealed.
The number of Britons getting their hands on citizenship from an EU country nearly doubled in 2019, latest data reveals.
When the Brexit transition period expired on 31 December 2020, British citizens lost their EU citizenship status. As a result, we became third-country nationals, with visits to Europe now limited to stays of 90 days in any 180-day period. That’s not just in one EU country, but all of them combined.
New rules come into force today that mean all Irish and British citizens born in Northern Ireland will be treated as EU citizens for immigration purposes.
British people in France have raised concern about their job prospects after Brexit after several jobs ads were spotted specifying that UK passport holders would not be considered.
A group of lawyers and interested citizens have now come together to bring a case to the Court of Justice of the European Union to confirm that EU Citizenship is a Permanent Status.
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The news comes as over 140,000 people register their desire to retain EU citizenship on a specially designed website.
A British councillor who was among hundreds disappointed at being unable to stand for re-election due to Brexit has had some good news.
A total of 6,250 people from the UK became German nationals in 2018, a rise of 950 per cent on pre-referendum numbers.
According to Article 20 of the Treaty of Lisbon, EU citizenship is additional and separate to national citizenship. Presently, there are no provisions for removing this citizenship and its associated rights from individuals, regardless of whether their nation leaves the EU.