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When the UK ceases to be a member of the European Union in October 2019, all rights and reciprocal arrangements with the EU end.
● The UK reverts fully to “third country” status. The relationship between the UK and the European Union as a whole is unsympathetic, with many member states (under pressure from the European Commission) unwilling to engage bilaterally and implementing protections unilaterally, though some member states may be more understanding.
● No bilateral deals have been concluded with individual member states, with the exception of the reciprocal agreement on social security co-ordination with the Republic of Ireland. EU citizens living in the UK can retain broadly all rights and status that they were entitled before the UK’s exit from the EU,…
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When the UK ceases to be a member of the European Union in October 2019, all rights and reciprocal arrangements with the EU end. ● The UK reverts fully to “third country” status.
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