Ring-fence our rights now, say campaigners

Campaigning group British in Europe has renewed calls for ring-fencing of the citizens’ rights part of the draft withdrawal agreement as political chaos in the UK gave rise to renewed uncertainty.

With British MPs unlikely to vote in favour of the negotiated deal and the vote being put off by Prime Minister Theresa May, and with the EU saying no other deal is available, it is looking more likely than ever that we will see either Britain crashing out with no deal or, alternatively, no Brexit at all.

This comes as the European Court of Justice said that Britain may, until Brexit day, cancel Brexit if it decides to do so, according to ...

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