Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Brexit: British citizens living in Europe ‘could have their rights cut’, leading MEP warns | The Independent

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British citizens living in Europe could have their rights cut after Brexit, a leading MEP has warned.  Claude Moraes, the chair of the European Parliament’s civil liberties committee and a member of the parliament’s Brexit steering committee, said that Theresa May’s controversial offer to EU citizens in the UK could be matched by Europe, leading to diminished rights for the 1.2 million UK citizens living on the continent. 
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