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Citizens’ rights and migration

Brexit enabled the UK government to end freedom of movement with Europe and deepen its Hostile Environment policies. Four million European citizens are being forced through a flawed Settled Status application process. Meanwhile, a range of human rights protections and democratic rights could also be under threat.

Change to ‘Cabotage’ rules will hurt British firms and workers. It’s the latest sign that Brexit economic nationalism isn’t working

“Higher pay, not uncontrolled immigration”? Huge shortage of nurses exposes government hypocrisy

Where does the Labour Party stand on immigration policy after its conference?

No Turkeys for Christmas? Government scrambles to address poultry crisis

Inadequate, immoral, flawed: Why the government’s latest policy to address HGV driver crisis will not work

Half a million in limbo

The labour shortage crisis in the UK explained: what you need to know

Home Office glitch means EU citizens lose access to vital “pre-settled status” document

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30th June: the deadline that didn’t work

What happens after the EUSS deadline?