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⌸ EN Magazine Brexit: questions about the Settled Status and a most likely no-deal

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  1. Cyrilexpat

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    The British and Europeans left without a deal after Brexit talks on October 15-16, 2020. This has just ended with a failure. Prime Minister Boris Johnson quickly declared that for his part the discussions were now over and that it was necessary to prepare for a no-deal agreement. Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, reacted almost immediately on Friday, announcing that EU negotiators will be in London on Monday 19th October, to "intensify" the talks.

    As the possibility of a no-deal becomes most likely, a meeting was held last week with the organisation the3million regarding the status of resident (Settled Status).

    Here is an overview of the situation: Brexit: questions about the Settled Status and a most likely no-deal

    What do you think of the situation, and the prospective outcome? Participate to the discussion and leave comments below.
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