House of Lords peers insist on post-Brexit protection for European Economic Area (EEA) nationals
What has changed
- EEA nationals currently living in the United Kingdom
What to expect
The Bill is now back in the House of Commons where MPs will decide whether to retain the proposed amendment. While the government is not averse to the idea in principle, the official position is that no legislation protecting the rights of EEA nationals in the United Kingdom should be passed until reciprocal arrangements have been made with the European Union (EU) in relation to British nationals living in other member states.
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