Expert View Right to remain may already be guaranteed by Pavlos Eleftheriadis | 24.03.2017 Vienna Convention suggests that, absent a Brexit deal, the UK’s existing obligations - including to EU citizens - would remain unchanged. Analysis Turkey row rams home fantasy of favourite Leave myth by Quentin Peel | 15.03.2017 Erdogan’s fury gives a lie to Brexiter propaganda that Turkey was about to join EU. It could also distract EU from the Brexit talks. Analysis Which Brexiters are hypocrites on EU citizens’ rights? by Luke Lythgoe | 10.03.2017 During the referendum, Leavers defended EU migrant rights. Now many pro-Brexit MPs aren’t practising what they preach. Read our dossier. Leave.EU slurs child refugee by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 07.03.2017 Pro-Brexit pressure group implied a child refugee was arrested on terror offenses. He wasn’t. Comment Gove should put his vote where his mouth is on EU citizens by Hugo Dixon | 06.03.2017 Brexiter is on MP committee urging May to unilaterally guarantee EU citizens’ rights. He needs to follow through by backing Lords amendment. Analysis EU migrant quotas would gum up economy by Luke Lythgoe | 06.03.2017 Government hasn’t decided its post-Brexit migration policy. But one idea doing the rounds - a system of quotas - needs shooting down now. Comment Why MPs shouldn’t overturn Lords’ amendment on EU citizens... by David Hannay | 03.03.2017 Clause isn’t just good for EU citizens; it will also help Brits in rest of EU, benefit our economy and get Brexit talks off to good start. Sun paints wrong picture of EU migrants by Luke Lythgoe | 28.02.2017 Favourite tabloid tactic of confusing illegal migrants with EU workers is alive and well in Sun’s choice of 2015 Calais crisis image. Analysis EU citizens scramble to prove UK residence by Luke Lythgoe | 24.02.2017 Despite a nightmarish process and an 85-page form, there was a further spike in EU citizens applying for proof of UK residence last year. Analysis Is EU migration falling faster than even ministers want? by Luke Lythgoe | 23.02.2017 We shouldn't read too much into one quarter's figures. But UK will be damaged by an abrupt fall in migrants. Even David Davis realises that. Analysis A one-time expat’s tale: how to control free movement by Stewart Fleming | 21.02.2017 One only has to look at what Belgium does to see that much tighter rules on migration are possible while staying in the EU. Comment Free movement is not as hardline as Theresa May thinks by Nick Kent | 09.02.2017 Our PM and other EU leaders talk as if free movement is absolute. The language in the underlying treaties is much more nuanced.