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Rights of EU citizens living in the UK after Brexit

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On 8 November the UK suffered a setback when the EU Parliament rejected the UK’s new offer on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK after Brexit. This offer involved the ability for such EU citizens to apply for “settled status”. The EU Parliament stated that such status should be automatic and cost-free. The EU Parliament will ultimately have a veto on any Brexit deal made with the UK.

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