There is a serious risk of a political stitch-up in December, where progress falling well short of protecting our rights is certified by the EU to be “sufficient”, just so that the sides can move on to discussing trade. If that happens and Citizens Rights are discussed in parallel with trade and other matters, we will be bargaining chips in the full sense of that term. So it is vital to avoid that, and for the same reasons any agreement which is made now must be ring-fenced to prevent it being revisited as part of the trade negotiations. Continue reading Review of Negotiations to date
Jane Golding (Chair) was invited to participate in ‘All Out Politics’ with Adam Boulton. Watch part of the interview below: Continue reading Jane Golding on Sky News – Video
Fiona Godfrey (Vice Chair of British in Europe and Chair of BRILL) met with Luxembourg Foreign and Immigration Minister, Jean Asselborn (second from left) today. Continue reading Fiona Godfrey meets Luxembourg Foreign Minister
Christopher Chantry and Roger Boaden (members of BiE Steering team) were invited to give evidence to the EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee on reciprocal healthcare. Continue reading BiE give evidence to House of Lords Select Committee
A delegation from coalition member BRILL met with Baroness Anelay ( who is Minister of State for DExEU) to discuss the concerns around progress on citizens rights negotiations. Continue reading Fiona Godfrey meets DExEU Minister
Joint response to round 4 of the Brexit negotiations by British in Europe and the3million.
Continue reading Response to Round 4 negotiations
Response of British in Europe and the3million to the third round of negotiations.
Published on 6 September 2017
Executive Summary Continue reading Response to 3rd Round
HOUSE OF LORDS DEBATE ON ACQUIRED RIGHTS : HANSARD TRANSCRIPT
Viscount Waverley (7:47pm) and Baroness Ludford (8.08pm) both referenced the joint response from British in Europe and The3Million