Monday, 11 July 2016
Theresa May - New British Prime Minister
Both David Cameron and Theresa May had publicly stated their decision to implement what the British Electorate decided on June 23rd, 2016 on a UK Referendum on EU Membership.
Given public statements made by EU leaders regarding the need to kick start the application of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, there are no longer reasons to delay the implementation of the said process of withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.
This is why it is of paramount importance to launch an information campaign so that both British Citizens and EU Citizens are made aware of their rights and in particular of Rights of Residence in the United Kingdom and in the European Union.
We have met a Member of Parliament and delivered a signed letter stating that it is extremely important that the British Public knows about the rights of EU Citizens in the United Kingdom and that EU Citizens themselves know about their rights in the United Kingdom as a way to allay fears and counter bullying and harassment.
We have studied present legislation in the United Kingdom with regards to immigration and have concluded that the best way to protect the rights of both United Kingdom Citizens and European Union Citizens is to proceed with absolute fairness and clarity as part of a process characterised by goodwill that will benefit all.