What rights will EU citizens in the UK lose?

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Owen Barder
Owen is Senior Fellow and Director for Europe at the Center for Global Development, and an Associate of the Institute for Government. Owen was a civil servant for a quarter of a century, working in Number 10, the Treasury and the Department for International Development. Owen hosts the Development Drums podcast, and is the author Running for Fitness, the book and website. Owen was a London 2012 Gamesmaker.

This is a good round-up of the rights that EU citizens living in the UK seem likely to lose, notwithstanding the government’s protestations that their rights will be largely unchanged. I list them here, but they are better explained in the article. The right to go abroad The right to fall in love with a foreigner The right to care for an elderly parent The right to have their rights independently adjudicated The right to free movement (if your family includes UK citizens The right to use an ID card rather than a passport The right to live in the UK without a UK ID card The post What rights will EU citizens in the UK lose? appeared first on Owen abroad.

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What rights will EU citizens in the UK lose?