These FAQs provide an overview of a selection of legal issues affected by Brexit. They aim to clarify the current state of the law, and anticipate how the law might be affected after the UK withdraws from the EU.
Instead of protecting children who have fled to Europe for safety, Government is failing them, finds a July 2017 report by the Human Trafficking Foundation.
Britain, while divided on many questions, does have an underlying state of mind, says NatCen’s 34th British Social Attitudes Survey. That of a kindhearted but not softhearted community.
The European Commission has launched a May 2017 consultation on social inclusion and shared values for young people. And in particular, how education and non-formal learning can help create more socially cohesive societies.
FRA’s Fundamental Rights Report 2017 reviews major developments in the field, identifying both achievements and areas of concern.
Launched in May 2017, ENAR’s shadow report focuses on racism and discrimination against migrants in Europe in 2015-2016.
The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights released an activity report for 2016 in April 2017.
The Runnymede Trust published a report on race and class in post-Brexit Britain in March 2017.
The Human Rights Consortium Scotland published a collection of Scottish civil society perspectives on the potential impact of Brexit in March 2017.
The House of Lords Constitution Committee published a report The ‘Great Repeal Bill’ and delegated powers in March 2017. The report set out recommendations for limiting constitutional risks posed by the Great Repeal Bill.