Coping with Brexit in Scotland: new Eurochildren briefs out today

We are launching two new Eurochildren Briefs today focused on EU nationals in Scotland. The first Eurochildren Brief (n.7), written by Dr Laurence Lessard-Phillips, looks at the geographical distribution of EU citizens in Scotland and the evolution of the EU population over forty year. EU nationals made up under 1% of the Scottish population in…

How you feel about Brexit

We recently got in touch again with the EU parents (120) we had interviewed earlier on in the Brexit negotiation process to ask some follow up questions. When we first spoke many people mentioned plans, in some cases vague aspirations, to leave Britain, others instead were worried about their legal status and were planning to…

40 years in 4 maps and a GIF

Over forty years of EU membership Britain has seen the population of resident EU nationals rising from 1.8% in 1981 to roughly 5% at the time of the EU referendum in 2016. We use official statistics to provide a historical overview of EU nationals in the UK since the early 1980s until the period around…

Bye bye Britain: call for participants

Are you a EU citizen formerly resident in the UK? Have you and your family left after the EU referendum? We would like to talk to you and hear your story. The kind of questions we would like to ask you are: Where did you move to? Did you settle OK? What about the other…

Eurochildren goes to the Continent

We are delighted to announce that the Eurochildren team has been awarded additional funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to carry out additional data collection and analysis in the coming months. The extension was granted to complete two main tasks: interviews with EU citizens formerly resident in the UK who left because…