Crucial December for Britons in France

Decision over progress in Brexit negotiations will have an effect on expat rights

This month is a crucial point in the Brexit negotiations as the European Council rules on whether ‘sufficient progress’ has been made for a second phase of talks to begin.

If the answer is no it will renew fears that the UK could leave with no deal, casting doubt over expats’ rights – and agreements reached so far – as neither side has accepted campaigners’ calls for rights to be ‘ring-fenced.’

It could mean expat Britons would be left in legal lim­bo dependent on the decisions of their individual countries of residence.

Kalba Meadows of RIFT, a ...

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