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8/11/17

Brexit: British expats rush to get ‘dual citizenship’ in EU nations after Brexit - by Belinda Robinson

The race is on to ensure that they are not kicked out after the UK formally leaves Brussels, as many Britons grow increasingly anxious about their future, research suggests.

Some have blasted the Government for leaving them behind and “forgetting” about their needs while they focus on negotiating the rights of the 3.2 million European citizens living in the UK.

Catherine Dobson, an English editor living in the Poitou-Charentes region in France publishes “Living”, a magazine with a circulation of 32,000 for British people.

Theresa May announced that the freedom of movement for EU citizens would end on March 2019 - the official Brexit month.

And it is still unclear exactly what rights European citizens living in the UK will have.

It is equally unclear what rights the 1.2 million Britons living throughout Europe will be entitled too, so many are attempting to secure their future by opting to become dual citizens.

Ms Dobson told Le Figaro: "We do not have anyone to represent us and we can hardly make our voices heard.”

Read more: British expats rush to get ‘dual citizenship’ in EU nations after Brexit | World | News | Express.co.uk

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