Fiona Godfrey, one of the deputy chairs of British in Europe and chair of British Immigrants Living in Luxembourg, spoke today with Reality Check Correspondent Chris Morris on the BBC Radio 4's flagship morning news programme "Today". Fiona explains how the current situation for working Brits in the EU remains extremely unclear. While it is expected that those currently living in an EU Member State will retain their right to work in the Member State of their residence, those who work cross-border, either physically or virtually, will lose that right unless something new is negotiated. While … Continue Reading ››
Der Brexit beschneidet nicht nur die Rechte von Britinnen und BritenDaniel Tetlow, co-founder of British in Germany writes in the May/June edition of IP about the meaning of being an EU Citizen. Article in German. IP has been kind enough to allow us to provide you access. Please click on the image below to download the PDF. (c) Home Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik e.V.
Here we provide links to analyses of Brexit-related events and key issues in the German press. Each article is summarised briefly in English.
Apocalytic scenarios, but no clarity from Brexit Minister Davis, in Handelsblatt, 2 February 2018.
Meeting German Foreign Ministry
British in Europe representatives met with the German Foreign Ministry on Wednesday 7th June and had an open discussion and dialogue with promise of further dialogue.
The German Foreign Ministry, British in Europe and the3million have tweeted below: