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Brexit: Government denies U-turn on giving EU citizens physical proof of right to remain in UK, despite 'new Windrush' fears

Independent Friday, 17 January 2020
Questions raised about EU chief Guy Verhofstadt - after his claim of a partial climbdown is quickly rebuffed
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News video: Government Defeated In House Of Lords Over EU Citizens Post-Brexit Amendment

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The government has suffered a defeat in the Lords over the right of EU citizens lawfully residing in the UK after Brexit to have physical proof of their status.The cross-party amendment, proposed by Liberal Democrat peer Lord Oates, was backed by a majority of 41 peers. In total, 270 peers voted for...

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