Category: Curiosities

Legal Minute: all about Brexit this week

Brexit secretary returns to Brussels after ‘promising’ UK-Ireland talks. From BBC.

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How far away are UK and EU from reaching a Brexit deal? From The Guardian.

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A Scottish court has delayed a decision on whether to sign a letter requesting a Brexit extension if Boris Johnson refuses to do so. The court will sit again on 21 October to assess how circumstances have changed by then. From BBC.

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Parliament set for Brexit showdown on 19 October. Commons will sit two days after EU summit as concerns build over PM’s stance on Benn act. From The Guardian.

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Home Secretary Priti Patel has announced that there have been 2 million applications to the EU Settlement Scheme. From GOV.UK.

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‘I’ve been here 50 years’: the EU citizens struggling for the right to stay in Britain. If they don’t secure the correct status, most EU nationals living in the UK post-Brexit will be classified as illegal immigrants. From The Guardian.

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EU citizens moving to the UK if we leave without a deal on 31 October 2019 will be able to work, study and access benefits and services in the same way as EU citizens resident before exit day. However, to remain in the UK after 2020 they will be able to apply for European Temporary Leave to Remain (Euro TLR) which will last three years. From The Guardian.