In the event of parliamentary approval of the Withdrawal Agreement, the Government has to bring forward the EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill to give effect to the Brexit deal in domestic law.
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.
The UK has a strong tradition of protection for equality and human rights which has been further bolstered by EU legislation and case law.
This response has been compiled by the Wales & Europe Working Party of Cytûn following extensive consultation with church members and others across Wales.
This Bill gives the UK Government significant powers to implement the proposals set out in its White Paper, with none of the reforms or safeguards UNISON believes is urgently needed.
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.
When ministers and civil servants were thinking about how to put the implications of Brexit into legislation, they had two alternatives.
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.
The UK is expected to leave the EU in less than four working weeks’ time. Roughly 3 million EU citizens reside in the UK. These two facts are not unrelated.
As unlikely as it looks at the moment, was Parliament to agree to the Brexit deal the government would then have to bring forward primary legislation to give effect to it in domestic law- that would be the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill.
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