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  • Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos

EU citizens’ rights and Brexit negotiations: both sides could be violating human rights law

Around 5m European citizens affected by the outcome of the UK referendum (EU citizens in the UK, and British citizens in the EU) have been living in a state of uncertainty for more than 500 days.

Months on from the EU referendum, they have had little, if any, reassurance about their right to stay and work in the UK and the EU after Brexit.

Many in the UK have reacted by seeking permanent residence status. This process now has a failure rate of 28% and an average waiting time of 116 days.

Read the full article on The Conversation.

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