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Posts Tagged ‘Brexit’

EU Citizens – Post Brexit News

On 26 June 2017, the government published its proposals which in their view will “safeguard the position of EU citizens living in the UK and UK nationals living in the EU”.

To summarise, the UK is proposing the following:

  • EU citizens who have resided in the UK for five years and continue to be resident in the UK will be entitled to “settled status”. In the proposal, “...

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Prime Minister Confirms Protection Of Workers’ Rights

Prime Minister Theresa May has at the start of the Conservative Party Conference given hope to many workers in the UK that current employment laws will be protected, and that new ones will be implemented to reflect modern-day work practices. Firstly in debating the continuing saga of Brexit the Prime Minister has now confirmed that a Great Repeal Bill will form part of the next Queen’s speec...

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Post-Brexit Immigration Update

Following on from the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, what would be the implications from an EEA National’s perspective? It should be pointed out that the referendum on 23 June 2016 has no immediate legal effect and all remains the same for the time being. Thus, EU citizens living with their families in the UK are free to enter and leave the UK. At the moment, the UK have not a...

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Employment Law Update – July 2016

No changes to employment law says the Secretary of State for Brexit The Secretary of State for Brexit– David Davis – has suggested that UK employment law will not be radically changed after the UK leaves the European Union. He said in a blog for Conservative Home that ‘Britain has a relatively flexible workforce, and so long as the employment law environment stays reasona...

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Will The Brexit Decision Have An Effect On Lawyer’s Future Work?

Many industries will be affected by the departure, especially the property market. However, the UK’s exit could affect lawyer’s future work. Changes in legislation could potentially remove areas of work for lawyers. However, the exit could potentially create more work lawyers who need to explain the change to clients and businesses, and therefore prove beneficial in some cases. Most of Brita...

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