I retired from a 33-year public sector career in the UK at the start of the century and moved to Spain to work for a few years before being...
Brexit Brits Abroad
Nicky in France obtained dual nationality in 2017, however, her future is still uncertain in terms of her work and pensions. As the likelihood of a no deal Brexit increases, her concerns are closer to becoming a reality.
Lin en Bretagne sent this postcard about applying for the residency card Carte d`Sejour, being rejected and having to fight this in court.
Having worked across the globe, John now lives in NL (since 1999), and has three grown up children with his Dutch wife. He has started the process to get Dutch nationality due to Brexit.
Aid-worker Steve in Romania offers an eastern perspective on the experience of Brits in the EU.
“As an eighty-year-old plus, I view the coming of Brexit with disbelief and with fear. The decision to vote for Brexit was governed by the hearts of the British people and not by their heads.” Read the lament of a Brit in Germany.
Join academics, legal professionals and campaigners at this roundtable discussion on securing citizens’ rights after Brexit. 12th Feb 2019, 18:00-20:30, The RSA, London.
By Dr Michaela Benson. Goldsmiths, University of London The phrase “Brits abroad” often conjures up images of retirees enjoying the sun. But the reality is far more complex and...
In this podcast Michaela Benson discusses the implications of Brexit for disabled EEA migrants and carers with Dieuwertje Dyi Huijg, Yraegael Alexis and Christiane Link, chair of Disire (disire.org).
By Michaela Benson From the referendum to the negotiations to leave, Freedom of Movement has featured prominently in Brexit. Popular framings of Britain’s decision to leave the EU aligns...