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The EU Dismisses UK Demands Of Brits Abroad In A No-deal Brexit

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The EU Dismisses UK Demands Of Brits Abroad In A No-deal Brexit

The EU Dismisses UK Demands Of Brits Abroad In A No-deal Brexit

According to Reuters, the EU has suggested that the rights of UK citizens living in Europe may not be automatically protected under a no-deal Brexit.

Several candidates to replace Theresa May as prime minister, including frontrunner Boris Johnson, have said they are prepared to take the UK out of the EU with or without a deal on October 31, under a so-called "managed no-deal.

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