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Status of EU citizens in the UK: What you need to know

On 8 December, the UK Government and the European Union reached a preliminary agreement on EU citizens’ rights, including of those currently residing in the UK. This agreement largely reflects the position outlined in a policy paper published by the UK Government last month.

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