Ben Everitt

Conservative MP for Milton Keynes North

Right to Remain for European Union Nationals in the UK

There have been a votes in Parliament which relate to EU nationals currently living in the UK having the right to remain.

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Ben Everitt consistently voted against a right to remain for EU nationals already in living in the UK

TheyWorkForYou has automatically calculated this MP’s stance based on all of their votes on the topic. You can browse the source data on PublicWhip.org.uk.

Key votes about a right to remain for EU nationals already in living in the UK:

  • On 7 Jul 2021: Ben Everitt voted against either automatically granting Settled Status to EU nationals residing in the UK or scrapping or extending the deadline for applying to the settlement scheme; against providing physical proof of settled status; and against devolving immigration powers to the Scottish Government. Show vote
  • On 30 Jun 2020: Ben Everitt voted to end the general right for nationals of European Union member states, European Economic Area states and Switzerland to enter and reside in the UK while retaining such rights for Irish citizens. Show vote
  • On 18 May 2020: Ben Everitt voted to end the general right for nationals of European Union member states, European Economic Area states and Switzerland to enter and reside in the UK while retaining such rights for Irish citizens. Show vote
  • On 7 Jan 2020: Ben Everitt voted against automatically, without requiring an application, assigning a right of permanent residence in the UK to EU citizens who have resided in the UK for at least five years. Show vote
  • On 7 Jan 2020: Ben Everitt voted against limiting the fees charged to European Union citizens and certain others registering as a citizen of the United Kingdom. Show vote

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