Restrictions on EU workers' rights 'a major concern', says trade

Restrictions on EU workers' rights 'a major concern', says trade

Trade figures have said restrictions on the rights of European Union citizens and their families in the UK could be detrimental to the industry, following further detail from prime minister Theresa May on what EU workers can expect from Brexit. 

May delivered the UK’s first offer in Brexit negotiations last month. The proposals promised to guarantee the rights of three million EU nationals living in the UK, with those already residing in the UK for five years or more to be granted “settled status”, while those who have not accrued the time would be at liberty to stay on and apply once they...

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