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Citizens’ rights and migration

Brexit enabled the UK government to end freedom of movement with Europe and deepen its Hostile Environment policies. Four million European citizens are being forced through a flawed Settled Status application process. Meanwhile, a range of human rights protections and democratic rights could also be under threat.

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