Brexit Blog

For regular updates on Brexit and how it may affect you, your family and/or business, please read our Brexit blog.

4 July 2016

What should EEA citizens living in the UK do next?

In this blog, originally published by LexisNexis, Katie Newbury, associate in Kingsley Napley’s immigration team, advises that the most basic thing EEA nationals can and should do at this time is to gather and retain evidence relating to their residence in the UK.

Katie Newbury

28 June 2016

Webinar: Brexit - what this means for EU employees and their families

The UK has voted to leave the European Union. EU citizens living in the UK are naturally wondering what this means for them. Will they be able to stay? Should they be doing anything now? What should you be advising your employees?

Nicolas Rollason and Andreas White address these and other questions in this 1 hour webinar.

Nicolas Rollason

28 June 2016

What would a Brexit mean for UK employment law?

Back in January this year, I blogged about the potential impact upon employment law were the United Kingdom to vote to leave the EU. Following Thursday’s referendum, the potential effect of a Brexit upon employment law has naturally become of greater importance and interest. My comments from six months ago about how a leave vote would affect employment law continue to be relevant. It is clear that we will be surrounded by uncertainty due to the fact that we do not know what the renegotiation will entail, yet it remains the case in my view that Brexit is unlikely to lead to a full scale revocation of European employment law.  

22 June 2016

The ultimate European divorce – what a Brexit vote could mean for UK and EU couples and their children

There are only 48 hours before we know whether the UK has decided to come out of the European Union but, if polls are to be believed, there is a real chance that Brexit will become a reality. 

What about the effects on those families who plan to separate or divorce in the UK, particularly those who have spouses or family living in another European country or where at least one of them is a foreign national?

Charlotte Bradley

21 June 2016

Why Brexit could usher in a new world of immigration red tape

With anti-immigration rhetoric pushing voters further towards a Brexit vote in the EU Referendum on 23 June, it is now clearer than ever that free movement of labour will no longer be part of our future relationship with the EU should the UK decide to leave. Indeed, Leader of the House of Commons, Chris Grayling has raised the prospect of restricting the free movement of EU citizens to the UK before we formally leave in order to “prevent a massive influx of people” moving here in a final rush before our borders are closed.

Nicolas Rollason

Brexit Bulletin Board

Brexit Bulletin Board

The UK left the EU on Friday 31 January 2020

After leaving the EU on 31 January 2020, the UK is now in a transition period. We discuss what this means for people moving to and from the UK, and what the UK's immigration system may look like after the transition period. 31 January 2020

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As the UK leaves the EU, what happens next from an immigration perspective?

As the UK will leave the EU tonight at 11pm when we'll move into a transition period, Kim Vowden discusses what happens next for EU citizens arriving in the UK or those thinking of moving here. 31 January 2020

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Brexit and EU citizens in the UK

A simple chart showing what will happen to EU citizens living in the UK if there's a deal or if there's no deal.

Brexit - What EU citizens living in the UK need to know

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No-deal Brexit policy update provides some relief for employers and EU citizens

5 September 2019

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The EU Settlement Scheme - a guide for EU citizens living in the UK

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Brexit: business anxiety over freedom of movement U-turn

20 August 2019

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Handle with care: why it’s time to treat EU nationals responsibly

30 August 2019

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Glitches in the EU Settlement Scheme

5 August 2019

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The suspension of parliament increases legal scrutiny of Brexit – and possibly a public inquiry?

29 August 2019

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Kingsley Napley's immigration team sponsors Financial and Professional Services Post-Brexit Immigration Briefing

9 May 2019

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Post-Brexit data sharing with EU regulators is key for FCA policing market abuse

1 February 2019

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No-deal Brexit: transitional arrangements for EEA nationals arriving after 29 March 2019

29 January 2019

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No deal Brexit: what this would mean for extradition?

23 January 2019

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EU Settlement Scheme - what you need to know

November 2018 - In this podcast Gillian Brownlee and Felicity Woof discuss the new EU Settlement Scheme which at the time of recording (in November 2018) is due to go live on 30 March 2019.

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'Playing by their own rules?' - Brexit blog series

Our Public Law team blogs about secondary legislation and Brexit.

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Mutual trust remains until we leave: notification of intention to leave the EU not an exceptional circumstance

19 September 2018

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No-deal Brexit and the impact on patient safety

20 September 2018

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Divorced, beheaded, scrutinised? SIs and Henry VIII powers under review

31 August 2018

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Brexit: "It was not this that I promised to do"

14 August 2018

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Brexit and the European Arrest Warrant (EAW): at least now we know what we don’t know

9 August 2018

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Could Brexit send Geraint Thomas into a spin?

30 July 2018 - Hanging over this year’s Tour de France, at least for this British cycling fan, was the realisation that this is probably the last Tour pre-Brexit, and so there is an additional level of uncertainty about what the 2019 post-Brexit edition will look like.

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Holiday home/Retirement planning: will Brexit wreck it?

16 July 2018 - A question you may ponder as you relax on that sunlounger in the weeks ahead is whether you need to review your arrangements for any EU based property in light of Brexit.

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Brexit and practising rights for lawyers

9 July 2018 - Two Solicitor friends of mine recently asked me to sign their applications to register with the Law Society of Ireland. I asked them if they were thinking of moving.

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#Brexit: Further clarification on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK: https://bit.ly/2LY0QtA

18 June 2018

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Blackberries, Baking and Brexit

11 July 2018

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A change of course? Pondering the future of golf in Brexit Britain

29 March 2018 - As avid golfers focus their attention on the US Masters in Augusta Georgia next month, many at the 19th Hole will be pondering the impact of Brexit on their beloved game.

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Post-Brexit language testing for EEA qualified healthcare professionals

22 March 2018 - The House of Commons Library published a Briefing Paper on 7 March 2018 outlining the language testing requirements imposed upon healthcare professionals who qualified outside of the UK.

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Brexit & Horse Racing

5 March 2018 - The UK is home to a myriad of sports employing foreign nationals and receiving investments from overseas companies. Learn how Brexit will impact horse racing and all who are part of it.

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Brexit & Motor Racing

21 March 2018 - The UK is home to a myriad of sports employing foreign nationals and receiving investments from overseas companies. Learn how Brexit will impact motor racing and all who are part of it.

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UK-EU security cooperation post #Brexit - ringing the alarm bell! | Part II of a two-part guest blog by EU Criminal Law expert Dr Debbie Sayers | #CriminalLaw http://ow.ly/bO0b30jwHfa

17 April 2018

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Kim provides the facts! #stayorgo

19 March 2018

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Beyond #Brexit: new anti-money laundering regime agreed

10 July 2018 - No sooner are we one year into the new regime under the Money Laundering Regulations 2017 than a further EU instrument has been adopted.

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What Brexit means for EU employees living in the UK and their families

27 June 2016

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