LEGAL MINUTE: the news of the first week after Brexit

Indeed, for the first time in my life, I have become an immigrant without the security blanket of our place in the EU – and I feel so. From Independent.

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These immigrants and their children are inevitably conflicted, post-Brexit. Who is welcome here today? Look at the nightmare individual stories emerging from the “settled status” process. From iNews.

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Now that the UK has formally left the European Union, it immediately enters an 11-month transition period. What will change? From BBC.

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Brexit: where do the EU and UK stand before talks begin? The two sides already appear far apart, with negotiations due to finish by October. From The Guardian.

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UK employers are facing continued skills shortages among workers amid concerns that the UK’s future immigration system could cause further problems in finding the right talent, a new report has found. From Yahoo New.

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Government’ statement: The UK is ready to work to establish practical provisions to facilitate smooth border crossing arrangements, as part of independent border and immigration systems. From Gov.uk.

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Home Secretary Priti Patel has today (6 February 2020) announced that there have been more than 3 million applications to the EU Settlement Scheme, according to the latest internal figures. From Gov.uk.

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