Tell your Brexit story!

Would you like to participate in our research on the experiences of EU families and their children at the time of Brexit? Are you: 1. A parent, UK-based, born in an EU27 country or in a relationship with someone from an EU27 country (ie also UK-born and non-EU born parents)? Or 2. Resident in the…

Home Office in breach of law over permanent residence waiting times

The Home Office has broken the law by failing to publish the waiting times faced by EU citizens trying to get residence documents. The Information Commissioner ruled that Amber Rudd’s department is in breach of the Freedom of Information Act, having sat on the request for seven months and counting. Free Movement’s founder and editor,…

Citizens’ rights: update from Brexitland

The UK in a Changing Europe initiative has launched today a new Brexit factsheet series covering 10 essential issues affected by the Brexit negotiation. The Citizens’ Rights factsheet was written by Dr Nando Sigona together with Dr Michaela Benson, lead researcher of Brexit Brits Abroad project. Link to the factsheet: http://ukandeu.ac.uk/explainers/citizens-rights/  

EU citizenship: talking across borders

Nando Sigona is interviewed by Michaela Benson (Goldsmiths, University of London) for the Brexit Brits Abroad podcast series exploring commonalities and differences in the experiences of EU nationals in Britain and Brits in Europe. How do we rethink questions of identity and belonging in a dramatically changed and changing political landscape? In the conversation, Nando and…

Who are ‘we’? Podcast on Brexit and belonging

The first episode of Breaking Brexit podcast series features IRiS research on Brexit and belonging and tackles head-on one of the main issues EU nationals in the UK are faced with since the referendum: who are ‘we’? Lou Del Bello who curates the podcast series explains: We used to be just normal citizens who happened…