In March 2017 the British government triggered Article 50, thereby formally notifying the European Council of the UK’s intention to leave the European Union. The triggering of Article 50 has been of significant concern for European nationals living in the UK, however until the UK formally withdraws from EU the legal position is “business as usual” for these nationals.
In this article, Philip discusses what is “business as usual” adn what happens post-Brexit for nationals from the European Economic Area in the UK.
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