Brexit: What does the future hold for European migration?

The impact of the referendum on 23 June 2016 on the UK’s future domestic life remains to be determined, but one central area of concern and uncertainty is the issue of intra European migration. In particular, what changes, if any, there will be in relation to European Union (EU) citizens’ (and any non European family members’) right to work, study and live in the UK and the reciprocal arrangements for UK nationals living and working in the EU.

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Philip Harman


I am an employment law specialist advising a wide variety of UK employers upon all aspects of employment law and practice, employment relations and business immigration.