Wednesday, 30 November 2016 19:08
LONDON: Britain hopes to tackle the issue of the future rights of European Union
citizens in Britain and Britons living in the EU early on in talks on Brexit, Prime
Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday. On
Tuesday, the EU rebuffed a call from pro-Brexit British lawmakers for a quick
deal on mutual residence rights for British and EU expatriates, telling them it
was up to their government to launch full-blown divorce talks. May has said she will not kick ...