Brexit: May says Tusk letter shows EU expats delay 'right'

Britons living around Europe would have been left "high and dry" if the rights of EU citizens to stay in the UK had been guaranteed, the PM has said.
Theresa May said EU leaders' remarks showed it was "absolutely right" for the UK not to have acted unilaterally.
EU Council president Donald Tusk has said there can be no "reciprocal" deal on expats until formal talks begin.
He was responding to criticism from Tory politicians who accused EU figures of "standing in the way" of a deal.
Replying to a question in the Commons from Conservative MP Peter... read more

30 November 2016 in Politics, Views: 51
Source: BBC

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