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
The UK has a strong tradition of protection for equality and human rights which has been further bolstered by EU legislation and case law.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
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.
Inclusion Scotland’s five key principles that are essential to avoid or minimise harmful impacts of Brexit to disabled people in Scotland.Read More
This evidence was originally published at Public Law Project’s websiteRead More
Brexit presents many concerns for the protection of rights that UK citizens depend on. In this explainer, we look what rights and protections currently exists and the implications leaving the EU will have on those protections.Read More
An ongoing serious concern for civil society organisations within Northern Ireland is the potential for the United Kingdom’s exit from the EU to undermine the Good Friday Agreement.Read More