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UK Home Office admits most EU expats unable to be deported

The British Home Office has calculated five out of every six EU citizens now living in the UK would not be able to be deported. It seems over 80 per cent of EU nationals in the UK will be entitled to rights of residency by the time the Brexit negotiations are finished and the UK officially quits the EU. The report by the Home Office... Expats Blog -
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