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How will exiting the European Union affect the UK's border control and immigration policy? Read analysis from Parliament's libraries and committees on the impact of Brexit.
Asylum StatisticsAnalyses asylum statistics and trends in the UK and other EU countries
Migrant population of the UKExamines trends in the EU and non-EU migrant population living in the UK and the characteristics of that population
Brexit: what impact on those currently exercising free movement rights?Looks at the status of EU citizens currently resident in the UK and British citizens in the EU. (Updated to reflect the Government's proposals of 26 June 2017)
Brexit and borders: migration and asylumExamines the impact of Brexit on the immigration status of EU citizens in the UK, and future policy on migration from the EU to the UK
Statistics on Migrants and BenefitsBrings together the UK’s main data sources on benefits and tax credits paid to migrants living in the UK
UK-EU movement of peopleLooks at the Government’s pledge to deliver control over EU immigration
UK migration statisticsSets out a range of data on migration in the UK and in EU countries
The Single Market, citizens rights, and UK economyInformation produced ahead of the debate on 26 January 2017
Human rights implications of BrexitJoint Committee on Human Rights report says the Government must not use fundamental rights as a bargaining chip
Brussels IIa regulation: cross-border child contact cases, and child abductionThe effect on the UK in terms of the Brussels IIa regulation
Acquired rights reportWhat happens to the EU rights upon which so many rely when the UK leaves the EU?
Children in crisis: unaccompanied migrant children in the EUUnaccompanied migrant children are being let down by the EU, including the UK, according to this report
Potential impact to EU free movement rightsOutlines how people currently exercising free movement rights might be affected by Brexit
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