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EU Justice Sub-Committee
Oral evidence ongoing
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.
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. To make a submission please contact the Committee.
Evidence given by Matt Downie, Director of Policy and External Affairs, Crisis; Marianne Lagrue, Refugee and Migrant Children's Consortium; and Nicole Masri, Senior Legal Officer, Rights of Women
Evidence given by Mr Jeremy Morgan QC, British in Europe; and Mr Adrian Berry, Garden Court Chambers
Committee concerned about aspects of EU Settlement Scheme affecting vulnerable people