LEGAL MINUTE: more news about Brexit

Boris Johnson’s flagship post-Brexit immigration bill is facing the prospect of multiple defeats in the House of Lords, as peers demand greater safeguards for EU children in care and unaccompanied refugees. From Independent

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The government has faced a string of defeats in the House of Lords over its post-Brexit immigration bill. From BBC

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City urges government to fix ‘unfair’ UK visa process. The local authority said the UK immigration system needs to be streamlined to help the UK’s economic recovery. From FN London

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“Coronavirus has made me into an undocumented immigrant in Britain”. From Independent

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Despite early predictions that the coronavirus pandemic would cause international student numbers to decline, the UK is set for a record increase, with enrolments from non-EU international students up 9% this academic year. From The Conversation

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Two-thirds of British voters think EU nationals should not have free movement. British social attitudes survey reveals a nation that is still divided on the impact of Brexit. From The Guardian

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Applications to EU settlement scheme top 4 million. From Irish News

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