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02 Feb 2018


Jonathan Portes testified before the European Parliament joint committee hearing on Thursday 1 February discussing citizen’s rights in the UK.

The remarks put forward explore the administrative issues concerning transition, framework for future relationship and family rights.

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


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