How might Brexit affect pensions of Britons in France?

One benefit of the EU which is protected in the exit deal for existing expats (we are assuming this goes ahead as planned) is the EU pension aggregation system.

This helps to ensure that people are not penalised for having used their EU free movement rights to live and work in different EU countries.

It means essentially that pension providers in the different states take into account the duration of your ‘EU career’ as a whole and then award you pro rata the pension resulting for the length of time that you worked in their country. However Britons who move to the EU after Brexit and have periods working in the UK and in EU countries may no longer benefit – this is one of many future relationship’ ...

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