17.10/2019 - 09h50 CEST
Fiona explains how successive UK governments have chosen to give it's citizens who have made their lives in another EU country less rights than they had when they took that decision.
17.01.2019 • Hannah Brenton AND Yannick Lambert
Prime minister Xavier Bettel and foreign minister Jean Asselborn to unveil measures on Friday.
16.01.2019 • DUNCAN ROBERTS & JESS BAULDRY
Politicians in Luxembourg were quick to respond to the UK parliament’s rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit withdrawal deal, with the prime minister tweeting a call to action. Meanwhile, the uncertainty continues for British nationals in Luxembourg.
14.01.2019 • Yannick Lambert
The Grand Duchy's Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirms that it will try to ensure residency rights even after a no-deal Brexit, hopes for reciprocity
Hundreds of thousands of British citizens living elsewhere in the European Union fear they will not be able to live and work as they do now after Brexit, despite assurances from both sides that the rights of citizens have been guaranteed.
- Interviews with Fiona Godfrey in Luxembourg and Helen Malaburn, speaking from her home near Les Trois Vallees in France.
British expats rush to get ‘dual citizenship’ in EU nations after Brexit — Sunday Express, 11 August, 2017
British Nationals Living In The EU Are Not Happy With Theresa May’s Proposals — Buzzfeed, 27 June 2017
Brussels and Europe Liberal Democrats (BELD) endorses British in Europe’s statement as Brexit negotiations begin — 20 June 2017
BRILL responds to Prime Minister Theresa May’s letter to EU Council President notifying the EU of the UK’s intention to leave the EU under Article 50 of the TEU:
BRILL holds its Cup of Tea Gratuit event to mark the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome and our lives in Luxembourg:
BRILL holds its first public meeting in Luxembourg on 14 November:
BRILL responds to the UK High Court ruling in the Gina Miller case: