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Friday, 21 July 2017

Britons in Europe and the right to live in another EU country; Healthcare Insurance implications and other drawbacks

From The Guardian via MSN - Britons living in Europe could lose right to live in another EU country

"British people living in the European Union could lose the right to live in another EU member state after Brexit, it emerged at the end of talks in Brussels. British officials raised the issue with their European counterparts during three-and-a-half days of intense technical talks on Brexit. The EU made clear it would not move without a reciprocal offer for European nationals living in Britain that would allow them to move to another EU country and return to the UK".

EU's Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier highlights split on expats' rights. Deutsche Welle

Britons face losing healthcare in Europe as EU toughens Brexit stance, Telegraph

"British tourists and business travellers will lose free healthcare in Europe, under hardline proposals put forward by the European Union during Brexit negotiations in Brussels. European Commission officials told their British counterparts that the UK will be thrown out of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) system after the 29 March 2019 withdrawal date".

Britain faces up to Brexit - As long as the government stays in denial about Brexit’s drawbacks, the country is on course for disaster, The Economist

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"Britain is having a very public nervous breakdown".

What Germans think about the Brexit negotiations, DW

UK Newspaper headlines, BBC

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