EU Justice Sub-Committee

Brexit: citizens' rights inquiry

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Awaiting Government response to Committee's letter

Scope of the inquiry

The EU Justice Sub-Committee has agreed to re-visit the important question of citizens' rights after Brexit.  This follows on from its inquiry Brexit: acquired rights in 2016.

The Sub-Committee will be holding a one off evidence session on 31 October 2017, when it will here from Nicholas Hatton (The 3 Million), Dr Kirsty Hughes (University of Cambridge) and Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos (Britain in Europe/Brunel University). 

Although the Sub-Committee will not be launching a call for evidence, it would be happy to receive written evidence from those concerned about the question of the loss of EU citizenship rights for EU nationals in the UK and UK nationals in the EU.  Any submissions should reach the Committee by Friday 24 November. To make a submission please contact the Committee.

Latest evidence

  • 31 Oct 2017 - Brexit: citizens' rights - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF188 KB) Published 15 Dec 2017

    Evidence given by Dr Kirsty Hughes, University Lecturer in Public Law, Fellow & Director of Studies, Clare College, University of Cambridge; Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos, College Associate Dean & Senior Lecturer in Law, Brunel University London, Director Britain in Europe; Ms Jane Golding, Chair, British in Europe; Professor Stijn Smismans, Professor of Law, School of Law and Politics and Director of the Centre for European Law and Governance, Cardiff University, Adviser to the3million.

  • 12 Dec 2017 - Brexit: citizens' rights - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF193 KB) Published 13 Dec 2017

    Evidence given by Rt Hon Brandon Lewis MP, Immigration Minister, Home Office

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