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If you’re heading over to the continent for your holidays (or there already) and find yourself wincing at the Brexit-weakened exchange rate as you cough up for your cerveza, please spare a thought for the 1.3 million Britons who live in the EU. While you’re kicking back enjoying a well-earned sunny break, they are sweating bullets about what will happen to their rights if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. 

Theresa May’s thrice rejected exit plan was not without its faults, but it promised relief for Britons living in the EU27. It included a transition period of 21 months (until December 2020) during which EU free movement rights would remain virtually unchanged, even for new arrivals – enough...

If you’re heading over to the continent for your holidays (or there already) and find yourself wincing at the Brexit-weakened exchange rate as you cough up for your cerveza, please spare a thought for the 1.3 million Britons who live in the EU. While you’re kicking back enjoying a well-earned sunny break, they are sweating bullets about what will happen to their rights if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. 

Theresa May’s thrice rejected exit plan was not without its faults, but it promised relief for Britons living in the EU27. It included a transition period of 21 months (until December 2020) during which EU free movement rights would remain virtually unchanged, even for new arrivals – enough...

If you’re heading over to the continent for your holidays (or there already) and find yourself wincing at the Brexit-weakened exchange rate as you cough up for your cerveza, please spare a thought for the 1.3 million Britons who live in the EU. While you’re kicking back enjoying a well-earned sunny break, they are sweating bullets about what will happen to their rights if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. 

Theresa May’s thrice rejected exit plan was not without its faults, but it promised relief for Britons living in the EU27. It included a transition period of 21 months (until December 2020) during which EU free movement rights would remain virtually unchanged, even for new arrivals – enough...

If you’re heading over to the continent for your holidays (or there already) and find yourself wincing at the Brexit-weakened exchange rate as you cough up for your cerveza, please spare a thought for the 1.3 million Britons who live in the EU. While you’re kicking back enjoying a well-earned sunny break, they are sweating bullets about what will happen to their rights if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. 

Theresa May’s thrice rejected exit plan was not without its faults, but it promised relief for Britons living in the EU27. It included a transition period of 21 months (until December 2020) during which EU free movement rights would remain virtually unchanged, even for new arrivals – enough...