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Four international scientists explain how a grant debacle stemming from Brexit has affected their research and career plans. / UK science suffered a significant setback in June, when the European Research Council (ERC) confirmed that 143 UK-based researchers would forfeit their prestigious ERC grants unless they relocated to a country in the European Union.
Brexit and the end of free movement between the UK and the EU has had notable consequences for family life, particularly for mixed British-European families whether they are living in the UK or Europe.
If the UK government had “got Brexit done” properly, sensibly and professionally, this wouldn’t be happening.
Families with one partner from the United Kingdom and another one from the European countries have revealed they haven’t yet adjusted to new changes coming as a result of Brexit, which marked the UK officially leaving the EU back in 2020.
EU citizens in the UK after Brexit reports on the responses of 364 EU/EEA citizens who currently live in or have recently lived in the UK to the survey ‘Migration and Citizenship after Brexit’, which asked people about their experiences of migration and settlement after Brexit.
British citizens in the EU after Brexit reports on the responses of 1328 British citizens who currently live in an EU/EEA member state to the survey ‘Migration and Citizenship after Brexit’.
Everyday I come across people who are struggling to apply for settled status, or are denied their right to work, rent and access benefits.
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.”
Brexit, 6 years on: Where before there was a sense of freedom, now there’s limitation. It’s ironic, really, given Vote Leave’s campaign messaging.
UK nationals are struggling to adjust to new rules that follow Brexit – the act that marked the UK’s official exit from the European Union.
The A20 runs through Dover town directly to the docks and it is right next to the small community of Aycliffe
They miss the trees, the curry, the friends … but most of all, they miss feeling the UK was somewhere they could call home.
EU citizens who abandoned Britain after Brexit tell us their motives for leaving.
"I moved to England because of its tolerance and open-mindedness. So when I started to see the posters on the windows, when I started to hear Nigel Farage demonising the foreigners, the hatred and racism that was now in plain sight, I started to feel uncomfortable."
Fast-forward nine years of dedication to his academic involvement in the UK, the university reader, a top rank in Britain’s academic system, felt the EU referendum announcement in 2016 was “an incredible regression in British political and cultural life”.
Touring artists expecting a "rocky road in the summer" as more problems emerge.
“Are they going to break our family apart?"
With fellow Europeans leaving the UK, and no British workers taking their place, Eleanor Popa’s job harvesting strawberries has gone from tough to tough and lonely. Will the farm survive another year?
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.
As British people walk among empty supermarket shelves, they could be forgiven for being concerned about Christmas. When the government deploys the army and desperately tries to import thousands of foreign temporary workers, the promised post-Brexit “sunlit uplands” seem rather distant. The most acute shortage is that of lorry drivers.
I was very much in love with Britain. My first encounter with the country, at the turn of the century, opened my eyes to a multicultural, appealing environment. Now I am leaving.
Partners and spouses are being kept apart by Home Office delays in processing revised versions of entry permits to Britain.
Industry experts warn the current supply problems and product shortages could be "the final straw for some" firms. How are small independent traders coping?
A significant number of EU citizens believe Brexit has made Britain "unrecognisable", a new study found.
Let The Music Move invites all artists, music professionals and fans to call on the UK government to do more to support the future of the music industry, and mitigate the Brexit-related impacts of restrictions, costs and delays on European touring.