Following the series of votes in the House of Commons w/c 11thMarch, the BrExpats research team conducted a short survey. This was designed to keep a finger on the pulse of how British citizens living in the EU27 felt about the latest political developments related to Brexit. Read our analysis here.
Our reports, from our policy interventions to our series ‘What does Brexit mean for UK citizens living in the EU27?’ are intended to communicate the findings of the research as it is ongoing.
The draft withdrawal agreement published on 19th March 2018 translated into law the agreements between UK and EU negotiators reached in December 2017. Citizens’ rights both for EU nationals who...
This report published in October 2018 draws from our panel of 194 British citizens, living in 23 countries across Europe, who have been in touch with us throughout the...
This report published in August 2018 is based on in-depth interviews with 18-35 year old British citizens living in Granada and Seville. It forms part of our wider ambition...
Read the second report from Karen O’Reilly’s research talking Brexit with the British in Spain. It reflects on questions of national identity, and what we know about the withdrawal agreement and what is will mean for UK citizens in Spain.
Visit this page to download our full report, co-authored with colleagues at the Migration Policy Institute, about the steps EU27 states home to UK citizens need to do to provide them with route maps about their options for remaining legally resident post-Brexit.
Read Michaela Benson’s report Talking Brexit with the British in Rural France, drawn from her interviews with UK citizens living in the Lot, southwest France.
Read the first report from Karen O’Reilly about her research talking Brexit with the British in Spain.