Protecting expats’ rights is top priority – UK ambassador to France

The british ambassador to France, Sir Julian King, has been nominated by Britain for a new role as the country’s next - and possibly last - EU commissioner. 

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker is considering what portfolios might suit him but, as yet, the role has not been officially confirmed. Sir Julian took up his ambassador role on February 1 but has long associations with France, having attended the auspicious ENA school (the main centre of education for France’s political elite) where he met his wife whom he married in the south of France. In the meantime, Sir Julian - a francophile who has had a home in the Gers for some time - remains the UK’s ambassador and agreed to answer our questions following the referendum.

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