A post-Brexit deal should make it easier to build supermarkets, avoid tax and sue the UK, US business lobbyists say.
Around 600,000 EU nationals in the UK might not apply for settled status, with disastrous consequences, the3million spokesperson Maike Bohn writes.
Brexit negotiator links free-trade deal to workers’ rights and environmental protection.
As parliament goes through the process of calling a December election, MPs will also vote on an amendment that would extend the franchise to EU citizens.
Leaked government documents 'confirm worst fears' about workers’ rights after Brexit, says Labour 26/10/2019
The Labour Party has hit out at leaked plans to diverge from EU workers' rights laws after Brexit.
Trini Clare Flores has run her translation business in Cardiff for 13 years.
CakeWatch - Episode 63: Honey Badger 22/10/2019
Boris Johnson, his so-called new deal, and the wholesale attack on citizens' rights. For light relief we join four Remainers Now standing in the rain outside the European Commission's headquarters and hear from them why they've made the journey to Brussels and what they want to achieve here. This podcast was brought to you by a large gin and tonic.
'Don't be conned': Boris Johnson's Brexit deal is 'meaningless' on workers' rights, union chief warns 22/10/2019
'We still have no legally binding guarantee that UK rights will keep pace with EU minimum standards'
7 horrors in Johnson’s Brexit bill 22/10/2019
Last night the Prime Minister published 115 pages of turgid text he wants MPs to agree in three days. We’ve waded through as much of it as we can – and identified some horrors. But we won’t have caught them all.
Here’s everything you need to know about the legal framework for the PM’s proposed Brexit deal.
"a quick summary of the new deal, I explained to Al Jazeera today why it’s bad for jobs, bad for prosperity, bad for supply chains..." 17/10/2019
If anyone wants a quick summary of the new deal, I explained to Al Jazeera today why it’s bad for jobs, bad for prosperity, bad for supply chains, bad for rights and protections, bad for border disruption, and bad for the DUP. It’s a really bad deal.
Requirements and costs of staying put abroad after Brexit vary across EU member states.
CakeWatch - Episode 62: Rally For Our Rights 10/10/2019
Nicky James, aka Bloke from Barnsley, joins us to talk about the Rally For Our Rights taking place in London this coming weekend. Plus some further reflection on how it is that the Westminster bubble still can't read the other side, despite them being an open book.
Judge rules Data Protection Act clause denying them right to obtain records is not unlawful.
British nationals living in the Netherlands have been dropped from draft legislation which would allow dual nationality for people affected by the Brexit chaos.
Spain will remove rights for British residents post-Brexit if the UK does not reciprocate 23/09/2019
The Spanish government has already passed a royal decree that covers nearly all areas of daily life for the more than 300,000 Britons officially registered in the country, but wants to see London respond in kind.
Expat Citizen Rights in EU - 'ECREU' - is a lobby and self help group set up to make sure your rights are foremost in the minds of those negotiating your future within the EU.
A no-deal Brexit would be catastrophic for UK citizens in the EU. No wonder they spoiled Boris Johnson’s press conference.
The new power comes as part of a 99-page document detailing changes to immigration rules that the government published just before parliament was prorogued.
Leaked resolution says MEPs will use veto against any Brexit deal without a backstop.
EU citizens living in the UK can vote in local elections, but not in general elections. Each referendum has its own eligibility rules, which can exclude EU citizens. Yet these votes are making decisions that are very relevant to EU citizens.
EU children in custody to be stripped of rights as Home Office prevents them from applying for settled status 09/09/2019
Ministers are accused of subjecting EU children to ‘double punishment’.