About: UK government papers on Brexit

Brexit 02-10-2018

May confirms EU immigration restrictions after Brexit

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed a post-Brexit clampdown on EU migrants, saying London will treat EU citizens the same as those from non-EU countries, while also seeking to reduce the influx of low-skilled migrants.
Brexit 18-09-2018

UK should end special access for EU migrants after Brexit -report

The UK should end special access for EU citizens and introduce migration laws that focus on attracting skilled workers, the UK government’s advisory committee on migration recommended in a new report published Tuesday (18 September).
Brexit 13-09-2018

New passport and driving permits needed to enter EU after Brexit, UK warns

A new passport and international driving permit could be among the unwanted shopping list facing the British in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, the UK government admitted on Thursday (13 September).
Brexit 31-07-2018

MPs lambast May government’s ‘failure’ to set out post-Brexit migration rules

MPs have lambasted the UK government for “failing to set out any substantive proposals on long-term migration between the UK and the EU” after Brexit.
Brexit 21-06-2018

Pay £65 to stay, UK tells its EU residents

EU nationals living in the UK will have until June 2021 to apply for permanent residency at a cost of £65 per person, under a proposed scheme unveiled on Thursday (21 June).
Brexit 02-11-2017

UK government under pressure to publish Brexit papers

The British government came under pressure on Wednesday (1 November) to publish papers detailing the potential impact of Brexit, after MPs appealed to a rare parliamentary power.
Brexit 23-08-2017

UK outlines plans to break free of European Court after Brexit

The British government will outline its plans on Wednesday (23 August) to escape the "direct jurisdiction" of the European Court of Justice after Brexit, one of Prime Minister Theresa May's main aims in talks to unravel 40 years of European Union membership.
Brexit 22-08-2017

UK wants goods, services treated together in Brexit talks

Britain urged the European Union on Monday (21 August) not to separate goods from their services in Brexit talks, further outlining its negotiating stance to try to nudge discussions forward to a second phase on future relations.

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