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12 May 2017


Jonathan Portes testified before the European Parliament joint committee hearing on Thursday 11 May discussing the situation and rights of EU citizens in the UK.

The remarks put forward explore the administrative issues concerning family rights, spousal visa, and permanent residency of EU citizens.

Professor Portes outlines a number of immediate actions to be taken when the negotiations begin which you can read here.


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