Brexit: EU citizens in UK could be shut out of vital services

  The Guardian 

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Fears that shift from paper to digital permits could prevent those with settled status accessing jobs, banking and healthcare Thousands of EU nationals could face problems accessing essential services because the government is refusing to issue physical proof of their right to live in the UK. The settlement scheme grants EU citizens the right to remain in the UK after Brexit. Unlike other foreign nationals, they are not provided with a biometric residency permit proving their status. Continue reading...

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