Policy back on the agenda barrie cassidy looks at how the EU’s immigration deal could affect EU citizens living in the UK
Policy back on the agenda barrie cassidy looks at how the EU’s immigration deal could affect EU citizens living in the UK.
‘Citizens of the EU have been told they will be unable to obtain EU citizenship unless they renounce their EU nationality in order to secure permanent residence in the UK. That has led to widespread panic among those affected by Brexit and prompted the resignation of David Cameron last week.’
‘What then can we do to ensure citizens of the EU have a secure and predictable future in Britain?’
Ahead of the official announcement to leave the European Union on 23 June, British-based MEPs called on the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to overturn the decision.
There have been calls to have the decision annulled by the Court of Justice of the European Union.
The case has faced challenges from the UK, the US and the EU, all of whom say the issue of EU nationals living in the UK is too complex for the court to resolve, although it has agreed to rule on the issue.
The issue has become one of the most contentious issues in the referendum campaign, sparking calls for a clear statement from politicians and an end to uncertainty after two years of Brexit negotiations.
Earlier today, Conservative backbencher David Davis said that if Article 50 had been triggered, Britons would have been left with ‘no choice but to accept EU immigration rules’.
He told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: ‘We’ve had no notice on that at all.
‘There’s no reason why we should accept that. You’ll be very happy on 29 June if the people who were in the EU by the 28th of June, and you don’t take people into the EU, the fact that you can only get innatyasastra.comto it from the outside and you have to take out the person on a plane or a sea vessel when you leave gives it a bad name and we’ll all know how to react and it doesn’t make you feel at all.
‘We want to control immigration, we want to control Britain and the only way the Conservatives바카라사이트 can control Britain now is if we leave, which they will not.’
In her keynote lecture at the Conservative think tank, Mr Davis warned that leaving the EU could open the door for people to travel and emigrate to the European Union and then be reintegrated back into the UK after Brexit.
He said that there were still some ‘foolish’ EU nationals in Britain who still have hopes of emigrating to the UK.우리카지노