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In the midst of Brexit chaos, it has not escaped our notice that the Home Office published their Statement of Intent to change the Immigration Rules (HC 1919) on 7 March 2019. For employers, there are significant ...
Special immigration focus update for Frontline - Edition 6 2019
Pieter De Koster shines a spotlight on the question of Brexit's impact on European Works Councils ('EWCs'). Despite turbulent debate over the risks and disruptions emerging from Brexit, EWCs appear to have received ...
On Friday 31 January 2020, the UK finally left the EU.
On 15 January 2019, the British House of Commons rejected the potential exit agreement with the EU by an overwhelming majority. 432 MPs voted against the exit agreement, while only 202 were in favour of the deal. For ...
On 7 March 2019, the Home Office published their Statement of Intent to change the Immigration Rules (HC 1919). For employers, there are significant changes to the Immigration Rules which will have an impact on the ...
New Immigration Rules relating to EU nationals from January 2021
2020 has been a tumultuous year in every sense and this has been, and continues to be, the case in the immigration world. The end of the Brexit transition period is fast approaching, Covid-19 has had a crippling effect ...
In September 2018, employers and EU citizens welcomed the final report from the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), which sketched the outline of a future migration landscape for EU workers.
According to recent news reports, both sides in the Brexit negotiations hope to have finalised a transitional deal, covering arrangements for the two years after the UK leaves the EU, by this March.