This briefing addresses the automated data checks within the EU Settlement Scheme (“the scheme”), the application route through which EU nationals must apply for settled status post-Brexit.Read More
This response has been compiled by the Wales & Europe Working Party of Cytûn following extensive consultation with church members and others across Wales.Read More
The long-awaited Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill (‘the Bill’), the legislation making provision for a post-Brexit immigration system, is finally before Parliament.Read More
As we move towards a vote in Parliament on the Withdrawal Agreement & the Political Declaration on the Future Relationship, the Alliance has scoped what a No Deal could mean for civil society.Read More
This briefing focuses on what is in the current agreement and the declaration, and the implications for civil society organisations.Read More
The sovereignty of Parliament was a central theme in the EU referendum and a promise was made that Parliament would ‘take back control of our own laws’. Yet, several pieces of Brexit legislation show that control of lawmaking will not rest with Parliament after we leave the EURead More
Written by Oliver Butler, Byron Karemba, and Joe Tomlinson.
It is an understatement to say Brexit is shaping up to be a significant development in the UK’s constitutional arrangements.