Brexit’s hidden costs for britons living in the EU

Benson, Michaela (2021) Brexit’s hidden costs for britons living in the EU. Current History, 120 (824). pp. 100-104. ISSN 0011-3530

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The campaign that succeeded in pushing Britain out of the European Union focused on the perceived threat of unrestricted inward migration, obscuring the fact that over a million British citizens took advantage of open borders to settle in Europe. Post-Brexit, Britons no longer are entitled to automatic EU citizenship. The exit agreement secured the legal basis for their continued residency, but their rights remain uncertain.

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