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25 April 2018
The rights enjoyed by British and Irish citizens under the Common Travel Area are protected after the UK leaves the EU. This means that, if you're an Irish national, you won't need to apply for settled status in the UK to protect your entitlements in Ireland. The rights to work, study, and access social security and public services will be preserved on a reciprocal basis for UK and Irish nationals. There'll be also be full protection and maintenance of the current arrangements for journeys between the UK and Ireland, including movement across the land border with Northern Ireland.
4 April 2018
Further policy announcements were made in early April. You can download Freeths' advice note below.
27 March 2018
Further details of the Withdrawal Agreement have been agreed at negotiator level, including the rights of EU citizens arriving into the UK during the transition period. Emma Brooksbank of Freeths Solicitors gives her view here.