The British in Italy group was formed following the Brexit referendum by a small number of concerned British citizens living in Italy, to campaign to protect our existing rights as EU citizens and those of EU citizens resident in the UK.
We are members of British in Europe, the coalition of UK groups in Europe, which represents over 26,000 UK citizens living in the EU.
You can find out more about our group by clicking here
British in Italy does not sell any services and is entirely run by volunteers for the purpose of supporting and informing British citizens in Italy on Brexit-related issues. We also lobby on our members behalf. The committee consists of Jeremy Morgan QC (who is also Vice Chair of the British in Europe coalition), Delia Dumaresq, Charlotte Oliver, Gareth Horsfall, Patricia Clough, Costanza de Toma (former spokesperson for the 3million, representing EU citizens in the UK), Clarissa Killwick (also team member of pan European group Brexpats – Hear our Voice), Anne Parry and Zoe Adams Green.
This is our only website and we also have a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/britishinitaly/
We do not have any affiliations or connections with any similarly named websites or other social media groups.
Read the latest from British in Italy
Town Hall meeting for UK Nationals on Citizens’ Rights and Brexit – Thursday 16 January 2020 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm in Rome
The British Ambassador to Italy Jill Morris CMG would like to invite you to a Town Hall meeting for UK Nationals on Citizens’ Rights and Brexit on Thursday 16 January 2020 ……..read more
Please see the Italian governo website for details of our rights post Brexit:…………………………………………read more
With the withdrawal agreement likely to take affect and the transition phase of the UK’s exit from the EU on the 31st January 2020, our Italian ministry friends have very kindly put together a few facts that we may need to know….read more
The re-election of the Johnson government with a substantial majority effectively guarantees that the UK will leave the European Union on 1st February next year with an agreement with the EU. Whatever our personal views about this outcomeread more
If you are a British citizen living, working or studying in Italy, even on a part time basis, you can help us lobby on your behalf by becoming a member of British in Italy. It will cost you nothing and commits you to nothing.
To join us, or for more information click here