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What visa options are available to EU citizens after Brexit?

Since the end of the transition period, free movement between the UK and EU no longer applies, meaning that EU, EEA and…

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What is the Paris Agreement?

The Paris Agreement was agreed at the 21st UN Climate Change Conference – COP21 – in Paris in 2015. It is a legally binding treaty…

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What is the Turing scheme? 

Named after the mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing, the Turing Scheme is the UK Government’s new scheme to provide opportunities in education and placements in different locations across the world.  
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What is the Trade and Cooperation Agreement?

What does the Trade and Cooperation Agreement mean and what does it include? How will it impact UK-EU relations going forward?
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What is a pet passport?

A pet passport is a travel document for dogs, cats and ferrets, allowing them to be taken across borders with their owners….

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Will I need a visa to travel to the EU after Brexit?

No. From the end of the transition period, British citizens will still be able to travel for short-term visits to all 27…

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Where do EU migrants in the UK work?

EU workers are more likely to be employed in some sectors of the UK economy than others. Find out what these sectors are in our fact.
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What is the European Arrest Warrant?

The European Arrest Warrants is a simplified and quick surrendering procedure that has replaced extradition among EU member states.
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What is the common security and defence policy?

The EU’s common security and defence policy was launched in 1999 to provide the EU with the capacity to deal with security challenges.
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What is EU regional and cohesion policy?

The policy objective of tackling regional disparity can be traced back to the Treaty of Rome. EU regional or cohesion policy developed…

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Would leaving the EU reduce migration to the UK?

The UK already has full control over migration from non-EU countries, and this would not be affected by leaving the EU. However,…

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What does freedom of movement in the EU mean?

Free movement of workers is a fundamental principle of the EU. Read this fact by the UK in a Changing Europe to find out more.
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