Rebordering Britain & Britons after Brexit
Citizens’ rights in the post Brexit scenario
This article focuses on the issue of citizens’ rights in the post-Brexit landscape, taking into account the negotiations’ current state of play. At this stage, the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK) seem to share a common understanding on citizens’ rights, currently covered by Part Two of the Draft Withdrawal Agreement published in March 2018. Even though progress has been achieved on the provisions regarding citizens’ rights, some concerns remain both on the content of these provisions and on their implementation. Apart from this, the protection of free movement of persons has still to be defined in the framework of the future relationship.
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Brexit and social security of mobile persons
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Key Ideas on Mobility and Social Security after Brexit
This article provides a general understanding of the main aspects of mobility (no longer referred to as free movement) and social security coordination, in the Brexit international agreements that govern the relationship of the EU with the United Kingdom: the Withdrawal Agreement (WA)…