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Underrepresented and alienated, the reality of Britons in Europe post-Brexit is far from appealing.
Stand-up comic Ian Moore was living the Platonic ideal of a European life – travelling from the pastoral calm of his family home in rural France to weekly gigs in Britain – when the Brexit bombshell landed.
The government’s attack on the Human Rights Act is a betrayal of those Conservatives who helped create it.
One year on, what has become of the UK government’s promise that it would not make citizens pay the price of Brexit, asks Else Kvist.
Why the law says “Yes” even if others disagree. What happens when the domestic legal system is inherently international?
It is a little known fact that children who were born in the UK to a parent from a country in the European Economic Area (EEA) may have an automatic right to British citizenship.
In 11 key policy areas, POLITICO reporters look ahead to March 30, 2019.
During the referendum, Leavers loudly defended the rights of EU citizens legally resident in the UK. Now many pro-Brexit MPs are not practising what they preach. They have so far refused to back legislation requiring the government to guarantee these citizens’ rights. We’ve gathered below some of the statements made before and after June 23 by Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and ...