Britain must now reciprocate on Common Travel Area
The Irish government has moved to protect the rights of British citizens here. It is time for similar action in Britain
In the event of a no-deal Brexit, citizens of Britain in the rest of the EU, including those in Ireland, could find themselves in a perilous legal situation.
To offset the risks that this poses, the Irish government last week published the general scheme of the future Miscellaneous Provisions (Withdrawal of Britain from the European Union on March 29, 2019) Bill 2019.
In short, the proposed legislation, to make its way through the Oireachtas shortly, is to retain...
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