Covid-19 hits UK plans to aid Britons after EU split

An IOM worker gives residency advice

Organisations using UK state funds to help vulnerable Britons with Brexit red tape are having to rethink the ways they can help due to Covid-19.
They include an association that helps people set up residency and businesses in the south west and a United Nations partner agency.

The Franco-British Network, a non-profit association which grew out of a Dordogne branch of the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce and Industry, will receive a grant.

So will the Inter­national Organisation for Migra­tion (IOM), a Swiss-based agency more commonly found helping migrants and refugees in poor conditions and war zones around the world. The latter is to focus on Brittany and Normandy.

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