The Oxford professor hoping to save Britons’ EU rights

The Oxford professor hoping to save Britons’ EU rights

An Oxford professor who lives in France is due to receive a reply this month about his legal case which argued for all Britons born before Brexit, wherever they live, to maintain EU citizenship.

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The case led by physics professor Joshua Silver with six others was lodged with the General Court of the EU in April, and the Council of the EU has until July 15 to reply. Prof Silver, who lives in the Hérault, said: “It started after the referendum when I consulted lawyers as to whether anyone had legal power to remove ...

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