Case Studies (updated)

(Aug 29, 2017) ***Note recently added case studies on Freedom of Movement and Cross Border Working relating to our Addendum to Round 2 of the Brexit Negotiations.

Here you can read detailed case studies of everyday British citizens living and working across Europe, who have agreed to kindly share their concerns about Brexit.

We have split them up into groups of different rights to show the complexity and the number of issues that need to be dealt with in  the forthcoming negotiations.  The rights are listed as follows:

Right to Remain, Mutual Recognition of Qualifications, Right to Work,  Rights of Economically Inactive People, Rights of Establishment and Right to Work, Mutual Recognition of Qualifications, Right to Work,  Right to Study, Work and Move Freely,  Access to Cross Border Working and Living, Family Reunification and Healthcare, Higher Education.

Open the case studies file here: BiE Case Studies June 2017

***In light of Round 2 of the Brexit negotiations British in Europe and the3million have added case studies relating to freedom of movement and cross border working, due to their concern that these issues are not been given the attention they need.   Read these added case studies here

If you want to get hold of any of the people on the case studies, please write to us here and we can ask the people concerned if they would like to be in touch

*Those marked with an asterisk are not using their real names.

 

The largest coalition group of British citizens living and working in Europe.