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End of free movement after Brexit is a disaster for families | Letters | Politics


The Guardian editorial (19 August) on the cruelty of the impact of Brexit on EU nationals’ rights in Britain, and British nationals’ rights in the EU, comes as close as I’ve seen anywhere to explaining the impact of having to apply for rights you already thought you had.

I am British, my husband is Danish and we have benefited from the right to freedom of movement since the treaty of Maastricht made it possible in 1992; we have been able to live and work in each other’s country of birth and travel freely between them ever since. In fact we were living in Denmark when the Danes were…



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