11-month talks race begins between EU and Britain

An 11-month transition period begins when the UK leaves the European Union on January 31, with the negotiated deal protecting most rights for existing British residents in France in place.

During this time, all remaining elements of the “future relationship” are on the table for discussion.

Britons in France may fear a slump in the UK economy – not least because many receive income in pounds.

But the “future relationship” is not limited to trade, and some key rights were put off until these coming talks.

These include “continuing free movement” for Britons in the EU, ie. the right to move on from ...

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