LEGAL MINUTE: the latest news about Brexit

O que ainda está em discussão sobre o Reino Unido e a Irlanda com Brexit

It’s been a quiet few months, but behind closed doors (and on zoom) Brexit hasn’t gone away. Talks between the EU and the UK have continued through the pandemic, and are about to get a lot busier this summer. From BBC

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British citizens living in the EU may face significant work and travel hurdles from next year because member states have failed to get to grips with the impact of Brexit on their rights, MPs have been told. From The Guardian

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MPs have backed flagship immigration legislation which seeks to end EU freedom of movement rules in the UK. From The Sun

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EU supporters expressed their woes on social media after the clock struck midnight and Britain could no longer request a Brexit delay. From Express

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British MPs have approved the government’s immigration bill which aims to end EU freedom of movement rules in the UK, one of the key factors that led to Brexit. From Euronews

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Scotland could face a labour shortage if the UK Government presses ahead with its planned migration reforms, a new report has warned. From Daily Record

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Almost 60,000 people living in Northern Ireland have applied for the settled status scheme, so they can live and work in the UK post-Brexit. From BBC

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