If not, and the vote is to exit, it will be no good saying afterwards that “we didn’t understand what we were voting for” – the repeated complaint made by eurosceptics about the 1975 Referendum. By then it will be too late.
Government prepares ‘shock and awe’ advertising campaign to force businesses to prepare for Brexit 18/06/2020
The £4.5m advertising campaign will include plans to spur Brits into taking action to prepare for the end of the transitional period in December
Documents show ministers were urged to make preparations before EU parliament elections.
EU nationals at risk of being denied UK citizenship after home office creates shock new tests 24/05/2020
Further evidence will be demanded that EU nationals have been living in the UK legally – even after settled status awarded.
In May 2019, the UK Government denied over a million EU citizens living here their fundamental right to vote. It now denies it did anything wrong.
The British government has been ordered to pay the European commission’s legal costs after being successfully sued for granting City traders a tax break without EU permission.
Brussels gives government four months to comply or be referred to European Court of Justice.
Cabinet office minister drops 'no compromise' stance, saying: 'If that is the price that we have to pay, then there we go'
Thousands of EU migrants work as doctors, nurses, carers, cleaners and porters as the UK fights gravest threat in years.
EU citizens rights campaigners The3Million have said that “numerous” EU nationals are being refused Universal Credit because of their settlement status.
Priti Patel urged to extend EU settled status scheme deadline in response to coronavirus crisis 16/04/2020
Numbers applying halve in a month as support centre closed by lockdown.
Home Office refuses people EU settled status on grounds of eligibility for first time.
‘Nowhere to go’: Outrage at Home Office after vulnerable EU nationals applying to stay in UK left without support 06/03/2020
Domestic abuse victims and children in care among those affected by ‘last minute’ announcment of crucial funding, campaigners say.
Bloc’s first UK ambassador says right to remain for many vulnerable Europeans must be protected.
Home Office presides over 100 data breaches in administration of EU settlement scheme, says watchdog 27/02/2020
EU nationals’ passports lost and ID cards sent to wrong addresses in ‘concerning’ data breaches, report finds
Brits in the EU to get common residence card 28/02/2020
European Commission wants a single physical document for all Britons living in the EU by the end of the transition period.
First Leamington Euro Café for EU citizens to come for information and friendship will launch at end of month 25/02/2020
EU citizens and 'pro-Europeans' living in and around Leamington will soon be able to attend a monthly event in the town where they can get information and meet like-minded people. / The first Euro Café will be held at All Saints’ Church in Victoria Terrace on Saturday February 29 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Proposal floated as part of crackdown replacing free movement with minimum salary threshold of £25,600 and EU citizens may have to provide fingerprints.
Request caused by apparent tech glitch came when Italian Giovanni Palmiero applied to stay in UK post-Brexit.
EU migrants are NOT 'bleeding dry' the NHS 09/02/2016
EU/EEA & Swiss citizens help make our communities in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Join us on a tour of our home.
‘Better off without us’: Britons in Spain bid sad adios to EU with poems, parties and pints 30/01/2020
Spain hosts the largest contingent of Britons on the continent, and their rights are protected by royal decree, but many fear what comes if the UK doesn’t uphold its side of the deal.
‘The way they have been treated over the past three years is shameful,’ says frontrunner.
A top French chef who moved to the UK in 1997 said he feels ‘unwelcome’ after he was refused the right to stay post-Brexit.
EU threatens Boris Johnson with 'sanctions' if he fails to implement controversial Irish sea goods checks 23/01/2020
UK could be fined by the European Court of Justice which - to the likely fury of Tory MPs – will retain the power if there is 'any backsliding'.