EU nationals living in UK will be allowed to remain after Brexit – report

All EU nationals will be allowed to remain in the UK after Brexit, according to reports. The Home Office has calculated that five out of six of people from the EU living in the UK would be unable to be deported, according to the Daily Telegraph.

 

More than 80% of the estimated 3.6 million EU nationals living in the UK will have permanent residency rights by the time Britain is expected to leave the EU, with the remaining 600,000 set to be offered an amnesty.

 

The prime minister, , has previously said that the status of EU nationals in the UK will depend on the treatment of the 1.2 million Britons in the rest of the bloc after Brexit.

 

 

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