French barrister fights on for Britons

A French barrister is continuing to fight pro bono for the Brexit rights of Britons in France and has three last-ditch cases under way.

Two cases are linked to Britons’ EU citizenship.

Julien Fouchet, from Bordeaux, said an EU regulation dating from April exempting Britons from Schengen visitor visas in the case of a no-deal (if the UK reciprocates) explicitly treats Britons as becoming non-EU citizens after Brexit.

He said he will launch an emergency procedure in the General Court ...

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