Lords say UK needs to do more on Britons rights

The UK government should continue to uprate the pensions of Britons living in the EU in a no-deal Brexit scenario, the House of Lords has said.

The Lords’ EU Committee, after a hearing with British in Europe’s deputy chairman, wrote to the Brexit minister (tinyurl.com/rvzctfz) saying:

  • The government should commit to uprating pensions of UK nationals in the EU as long as they continue to live ...

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