UK visa and immigration policies for EU and EEA citizens

Since freedom of movement ended, EU and EEA citizens coming to the UK since 1 January 2021 are subject to immigration controls and the UK’s new points-based immigration system. EU and EEA citizens who were living in the UK before that date were eligible to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to enable them to remain here. This article looks at key features of both schemes and the impact of the changes.

UK visa and immigration policies for EU and EEA citizens

Northern Ireland Protocol: House of Lords committee reports and recent developments

The House of Lords is due to debate two committee reports on the Northern Ireland Protocol on 13 September 2021. This briefing summarises the reports and recent developments relating to the protocol, including the Government’s July 2021 command paper that argued for discussions with the EU to find a “new balance” in the protocol.

Northern Ireland Protocol: House of Lords committee reports and recent developments

EU Committee Report: future UK–EU relationship on professional and business services

In October 2020, the House of Lords European Union Committee published a report into the future of the UK-EU relationship on professional and business services. It argued the UK’s professional and business services sector potentially could be damaged by the establishment of new barriers to trade at the end of the transition period on 1 January 2021. The report recommended the Government needed to do more to support the sector.

EU Committee Report: future UK–EU relationship on professional and business services

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