Category Archives: Brexit

Government Reforms (4): BREXIT – the final chapter?

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1. Home office employers toolkit The Home Office has published an employer toolkit (available here) which provides information for employers to be able to support EU citizens and their families when applying to the EU settlement scheme during the public test phase. The toolkit includes a leaflet, poster and briefing pack in order to ensure…
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Government reforms (3): BREXIT – The final chapter?

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1. POST-BREXIT IMMIGRATION POLICY The Home Office has published the White Paper on its post-Brexit immigration policy, available here.  The White Paper sets out the proposed immigration regime that would apply from 1 January 2021, whether the UK leaves the EU with a deal or no deal. The starting point is that EU free movement…
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Government reforms (1): Brexit – the aftermath continues…

What do we already know? We have commented on the potential repercussions for HR practice and Employment Law in our Blogs and Newsflashes: Blog: What Brexit would mean for employment law – by Simon Martin; Newsflash: post-Brexit – status of EU workers working in the UK; and Newsflash: Data protection and Brexit – what will…
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Newsflash: Post-Brexit – status of EU workers working in the UK

Do you employ EU nationals in the UK? If so, you might be getting queries from employees anxious as to their status following the recent UK decision to leave the EU. In association with our partner in business immigration law, leading immigration expert Natasha Gya Williams, here are some key pieces of advice: Nothing has…
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Newsflash: Data protection and Brexit – what will happen?

The referendum vote in favour of Brexit means that, as we all know, in due course the UK (well, at least England and Wales) will probably no longer be members of the EU. This of course assumes that the Government (whoever that may be) heed the result of the poll, which it is not bound…
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Blog: What Brexit would mean for employment law

Simon Martin, Specialist Employment Lawyer at Menzies Law
Unless you have been stuck in a cave for the past few months, it can’t have escaped your notice that we are a few short weeks away from the EU referendum. The polls indicate that the result is too close to call, but given the woeful performance of the pollsters  in the run up to…
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