BREXIT IMMIGRATION TIME LINE
23 JUNE 2016: Polling stations open for referendum votes
24 JUNE 2016: UK votes by a narrow margin (51.9% to 48.1%) to leave the EU
3 JULY 2016: Home Secretary cast doubts over future of EU nationals living in the UK. Read more . . .
15 JULY 2016: Prime Minister May and Scottish First Minister Sturgeon discuss Brexit. Read more . . .
17 JULY 2016: Secretary of State for Exiting the EU refuses to commit to protecting UK resident EU nationals. Read more . . .
26 JULY 2016: Immigration Minister gives evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee. Read more . . .
22 SEPTEMBER 2016: Foreign Secretary states that Article 50 will be triggered in “early 2017. Read more . . .
2 OCTOBER 2016: Prime Minister confirms that Article 50 will be triggered “before the end of March” 2016. Read more . . .
29 MARCH 2017: Prime Minister Theresa May’s delivers her full Brexit statement to Parliament. Read more . . .
28 FEBRUARY 2018: UK government makes a partial concession regarding EU citizens’ residency rights. Read more . . .
18 SEPTEMBER 2018: MAC publishes its report on post-Brexit immigration by European citizens. Read more . . .