Protections for 1.2m Britons on continent and 3.5m Europeans in UK should be easy to settle in theory, but there are obstacles

Citizens’ rights are the protections offered to all EU citizens, including free movement and residence, equal treatment and a wide range of other rights under EU law regarding work, education, social security and health. They are held by 3.5 million citizens from other member states in the UK and 1.2 million British nationals on the continent, and are seen as a key part of the negotiations that are taking Britain out of Europe.

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