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Brexit Q&A podcast: submit your question now

Brexit Q&A podcast: submit your question now

I am planning to do a Brexit themed question and answer Free Movement podcast on EU free movement law and applications next week. The idea is to offer readers (er, listeners?) what I hope is useful information in a slightly different format to usual. But I will need your help. I have not done something like this before so I am not sure it will work.

If you have a question about EU law or applications which you would like answering and which you think will be useful to other Free Movement readers as well, then please use the form below to upload your question. This exercise is really aimed at EU nationals and family members but lawyers can have a go as well if they like! I will listen to whatever submissions come in and then pick some to answer in the podcast. If there are lots of submissions or your question is not one that will be of interest to other people then I may not be able to answer it, I’m sorry.

To submit a question you will need to create a short audio file on your phone and submit it. It is dead easy to do. On an iPhone, for example, open the Voice Memos app that comes preinstalled on all iPhones, simply press the record button, speak your question, press stop, click done, give it a name and you are done. Select the recording, click the share button at the bottom left and add the file to iCloud (if you are using it). When you click on the “Choose File” button in the blog post you will then get an option to choose a file from iCloud, at which point you choose the audio file you just made.

Or email it to yourself and upload from a proper computer. I cannot help with technical queries or problems: bear in mind I’m doing this for free!

When you speak and record your question, you can include your name if you like but there is no need. The form includes name and email address but you can use an alibi if you prefer. I’ve included an example that I recorded myself to show you the kind of thing I’m looking for. Anything longer than about a minute is probably too long for me to use.

Example:

I will leave submissions open for the next few days and then close them once it looks like I have enough material to use for a podcast.

Brexit podcast submissions

  • Audio files only please, this is for a podcast! Please upload your audio file here. Make it no more than a minute or so long and please ask a clear question, otherwise I will not be able to use your recording.
Colin Yeo
A barrister specialising in UK immigration law at Garden Court Chambers in London, I have been practising in immigration law for 15 years. I am passionate about immigration law and founded and edit the Free Movement immigration law blog.

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