Citizenship Discussion and Q&A Notes

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These are notes from the British in Europe / Germany / Berlin Applying for Citizenship Panel Discussion and Q&A. Information from these notes should be taken as advisory, please consult your caseworker as the first point of call for any queries with your citizenship application. State of Brexit Negotiations Nick…

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Living Overseas? Don’t Miss Out

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Don’t miss out on having your say in the UK general election By Emma Hartley, Head of Campaigns at the Electoral Commission Lots of UK citizens who live overseas don’t know that they may be able to vote in the general election on 8 June 2017. With the election just…

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Brexit Means What?

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By Lorna Cannon ‘Brexit means Brexit’ the British prime minister says triumphantly against a backdrop of her message ‘A Country that Works for Everyone’. Theresa May’s Brexit catchphrase caught on quickly, the media spread it like wildfire and we soon had no choice but to accept that Brexit did indeed…

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Donkey Rogerers, Really? Don’t Lose Your Cool.

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By Mark Whiley With Article 50 triggered the week prior, the UK press hastily needed to move forward the Brexit narrative. Former Tory leader Michael Howard’s comments on the rock of Gibraltar provided the first post-50 week’s worth of hyperbole. Cue the insults Despite being called “donkey rogerers” on Monday…

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Brexit Watch: Wednesday 23rd March

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Condolences to the families and friends of the attack on Parliament We’d like to acknowledge the bravery of the Metropolitan Police and the emergency services in dealing with the attack on the UK Parliament and Westminster Bridge today that left at least four people dead and many injured. Brexit to…

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Mini Brexit Watch: Wednesday 15th March

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Just a small Brexit Watch as a large update was published on Monday. Since then we’ve had two major updates towards the Brexit proceedings. Brexit to be triggered the last week of March Theresa May announced late on Monday that proceedings to start Brexit would not occur until the last…

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Brexit Watch: Monday 13th March

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Apologies for the tardy Brexit Watch this week due to illness, but we’ll back with a small update on Wednesday to get back in sync. Here’s what’s been happening. In the House of Lords Following the previous week’s amendment to the European Referendum Bill to ensure the rights of EU…

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What Are Our Red Lines?

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After the Bill to Trigger Article 50 achieves Royal Assent, then what? What are our red lines? We’re set for long periods of negotiations between the UK and EU, piece-by-piece analysis of each area that relates to EU law and our relationship with the Union. Some decisions will need to…

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Brexit Watch: Wednesday 1st March

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In the House of Lords A series of votes in the House of Lords this week will seek to amend the EU Referendum Bill. On Tuesday, the first of these major amendments on maintaining access to the Single Market was defeated 299-136. Today, an amendment on the rights of EU…

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