The Italians asked to apply to stay in post-Brexit UK

Italian women invited to work in UK mills in the 1950s but now faced with applying to stay after Brexit have said they feel English and have a life here.
Many of the "mill girls" settled in Bradford but do not have UK passports or understand why they need to act.
Despite being given paperwork stating they could remain in the UK, they now have to make new applications to stay.
The Home Office said it would help EU citizens to get the immigration status they needed.
Many in the Italian community in the West Yorkshire city have said they were unsure why they were being asked to prove... read more

13 January 2019 in Regional, Views: 43
Source: BBC

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