European migrants arriving in Britain could lose their right to stay permanently from next month under plans reportedly being drawn up by Prime Minister Theresa May.
May is apparently poised to announce that EU citizens who travel to Britain after she triggers Article 50 will no longer have the automatic right to stay in the UK permanently, the Telegraph reports.
She is expected to say EU migrants who arrived in the UK before a “cut-off date,” thought to be March 15 when the government’s Article 50 bill has gone through parliament, will have their rights protected as long as British citizens living elsewhere are also granted the same assurance.
The plan could mean Britons’ right to move to European nations could be taken away from next month also. The top destinations for British expats in the EU are Spain, host to around 419,000, Ireland at 249,000 and France at 171,000.
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