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UK Government publishes Yellowhammer report

The government has released the #Yellowhammer documents, which look at the "reasonable worst case planning assumptions" of a no-deal Brexit. It's not a good advertisement for leaving the EU without a deal.

Home office denial of settled status to Oxford Councillor stirs fear and uncertainty amongst EU27 citizens

An Oxford Councillor who has been in Britain for 19 years, is married to a Brit, has two British children and is a professional economist has been denied settled status by the Home Office.

Exit vom Brexit - Kann Boris Johnson gestoppt werden

Boris Johnson hat seine Drohung weiter verstärkt, dass es am 31. Oktober zu einem “hard Brexit“ - einem Austritt von UK aus der EU ohne ein Abkommen - kommen wird, soferne die EU nicht weiter einlenkt. 

Statement by New Europeans on decision by Boris Johnson to shut down UK parliament

We are profoundly concerned about the decision by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson MP to prorogue the UK parliament and curtail the rights of MPs to scrutinise the government’s actions and prevent a no-deal Brexit. It is a democratic shut down.

New Europeans is recruiting an engagement officer for our London work

For further information please email tamsin@neweuropeans.net.

Home Secretary's proposals would disrupt UK border controls

Free movement is one of the greatest achievements of the European Union - it is a tragedy that it will end for UK citizens on 31 October if Britain leaves the EU.

Concern grows for welfare of refugees on board Open Arms vessel near Lampedusa

Several more migrants have been taken from the rescue vessel Open Arms for medical reasons to the Italian island of Lampedusa, the Spanish charity which operates the boat said Friday (Aug 16).

Threat of NHS charges for EU citizens post Brexit is fake news

On 14 August,  The Times newspaper reported that EU citizens would have to prove their right to free NHS treatment after 31 October or face charges for health care in the case of a no deal Brexit.

EU27 citizens must keep their voting rights in local government elections

Citizens of all EU27 member states resident in the UK have a right to vote in local government elections – including elections to district and county councils, the GLA, city mayors, police and crime commissioners, and indeed elections to devolved legislatures. 
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