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LabourManifesto  Corbyn  EU  from twitter_favs
yesterday by dalcrose
EU-Gipfel: Theresa Mays Angebot, Emmanuel Macrons Rampenlicht - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Es ist die Frage, die Menschen angesichts der Brexit-Verhandlungen wohl am meisten umtreibt: Welche Rechte werden die 3,2 Millionen EU-Bürger, die derzeit in Großbritannien leben, künftig haben?

Nach Mays Vorstellungen soll jeder EU-Bürger, der länger als fünf Jahre auf der Insel lebt, einen speziellen Status erhalten, der durch die britischen Gerichte geschützt wird. Ziel sei es, die EU-Bürger bei der Kranken- und Rentenversicherung so zu behandeln wie britische Bürger. Wer noch nicht fünf Jahre in Großbritannien lebe, könne bleiben, bis dieses Ziel und damit der geschützte Status erreicht sei. Offen ist, bis zu welchen Stichtag EU-Bürger, die sich jetzt noch in Großbritannien niederlassen, von dem Angebot profitieren.
Glaubt man dem Angebot, das die britische Premierministerin Theresa May gestern in Brüssel unterbreitete, steht zumindest eines fest: Ausgewiesen werden sie nicht. Alles andere, das muss man sagen, wäre auch eine Kampfansage an die EU gewesen.
Brexit  EU 
yesterday by snearch
Macron wants limits on Chinese investments, takeovers in Europe’s strategic industries
- smart move, there is a strong case for a 'China reciprocity law' forcing technology transfer to the EU and restricting investment in strategic industries
china  eu  totwitter 
yesterday by renaissancechambara
May unveils offer on EU citizens - BBC News
EU citizens who have lived in the UK for five years could get equal rights to UK nationals for good, under proposals unveiled by PM Theresa May.

A new "settled EU" immigration status would grant them rights to stay in the UK and access health, education and other benefits after Brexit.

But Theresa May said proposals would be adopted only if the same rights were granted to UK citizens in EU states...
But Downing Street has not yet specified what "cut off" date will be for new residents, after which the guarantee would no longer apply. It will be no earlier than March 2017, when the UK formally began leaving the EU by issuing the Article 50 notification, and no later than the British departure in March 2019.

Those arriving after the cut-off date but before March 2019 would have a "grace period" - expected to be two years - to regularise their immigration status, with a view to later seeking settled status.
eu  politics  uk  Brexit 
yesterday by juliusbeezer
The options for the UK’s trading relationship with the EU | The Institute for Government
"The table below compares the main options, based on existing arrangements the EU has with other countries – and the option of leaving the EU with “no deal” in place."
brexit  analysis  eu 
yesterday by niksilver
To this former EU negotiator, the UK's chance of a good Brexit deal looks slim
The EU27 countries were ready to talk. But the UK has made things pointlessly difficult
newstatesman  uk  eu 
2 days ago by robward
Running Commentary XV
@AndrewDuffEU on many Brexit issues, including Liechtenstein.
eu  ukpolitics  brexit  liechtenstein 
2 days ago by nwlinks

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