Brexit: Why won’t the EU act to protect the rights of Britons in Europe?

This week the British government published updated correspondence between its Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay and the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier.

The latest letter from Barclay to Barnier gave some hope to those campaigning for the rights of five million EU nationals in the UK and Britons throughout Europe.

Campaigners, backed by Conservative MP Alberto Costa, have been fighting for the citizens’ rights part of the much-maligned Brexit Withdrawal Agreement to be ringfenced, meaning that part of the deal will still stand even if Britain crashes out of Europe…
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