LEGAL MINUTE: last week’s Brexit battles

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Government announces immigration plans for no deal Brexit. In a move signalling the end of free movement in its current form, a tougher UK criminality threshold for EEA citizens will be applied in order to keep out and deport those who commit crimes. From GOV.UK.


A £100m public information campaign urging people to make sure they are prepared for Britain’s departure from the EU has been launched by the government. From Sky News.


The Commons voted 328 to 301 to take control of the agenda, allowing them to bring a bill requesting a Brexit delay. The PM is to call for a general election if he is forced to request an extension to the 31 October deadline. From BBC.


MPs have backed a bill aimed at blocking a no-deal Brexit. The bill forces the PM to ask for an extension beyond the 31 October Brexit deadline if a deal has not been agreed with the EU. From BBC.


Opposition parties agree to block election until Brexit delay secured. From The Guardian.



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