Theresa May is under pressure to come up with an alternative Brexit deal that will win support from MPs across the political spectrum, following her defeat in the House of Commons on Tuesday 15 January.

This means that for the moment, the continuing rights of EU citizens in the UK and vice versa beyond 29 March is again uncertain and European nationals who currently live in the UK have until June 2021 to apply for “settled status”.

The government plan to charge EU citizens to stay in the UK after Brexit is to be scrapped following pressure from campaigners after it was announced in the summer that adults wishing to stay would need to pay £65, with those under 16 having to pay £32.50.

The government has published information and advice to businesses and individuals on what they need to do to prepare for Brexit, including under a no-deal scenario.

Please follow this link for further information: