- Brexit committee of MPs calls on the government to provide more information on the “settled status” scheme for EU citizens living in the UK.
- A deal on citizens rights is “far from” done, MPs of the Exiting the European Union Committee warned.
- EU citizens in the UK, and UK citizens in the EU are “likely to lose some of the rights they had previously” after Brexit, the MPs said.
- The committee called on the government to make the applications free, rather than the £65 currently planned.
LONDON — EU citizens living in the UK are “far from” having their rights secured after Brexit, an influential group of MPs has warned.
The Exiting the European Union Committee said the rights of EU citizens living in the UK — and of UK citizens living elsewhere in the EU — are still a long way from being finalised and said “substantial issues” remain before their basic rights are guaranteed.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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