EU workers in UK's book trade 'unsettled' as Article 50 triggered

EU workers in UK's book trade 'unsettled' as Article 50 triggered

European Union professionals working in the UK book industry are feeling “unsettled” and "uncertain" as the UK prepares to trigger Article 50 today (29th March), formally marking Britain’s exit from the EU.

Many EU nationals have expressed concern to The Bookseller about what Britain’s departure from the union will mean for freedom of movement and immigration laws, and also how it will affect cultural attitudes toward foreigners. However, some are optimistic about the situation, arguing that Britain will remain as "international and open minded as ever”.

Jacques Testard, founder and publi...

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