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Document selected : O-000008/2017

Texts tabled :

O-000008/2017 (B8-0204/2017)

Debates :

PV 01/03/2017 - 21
CRE 01/03/2017 - 21

Votes :

Texts adopted :


Debates
Wednesday, 1 March 2017 - Brussels Revised edition

21. Breaches of current freedom of movement rights of EU citizens residing in the UK and the use of six-month expulsions (debate)
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  Anthea McIntyre (ECR ), blue-card answer . – Were it true, it would not be British, and I would agree with you, but it is not true and you are doing our Prime Minister a great disservice if you think that she does not want to confirm the status of EU nationals residing in the UK. She has made that very clear, but she has also made clear that we want to protect the rights of UK nationals in the other European countries, and those two things go hand-in-hand.

If it were down to our Prime Minister alone, it would already have been sold. It is not Britain that is holding this up. It is other Member States that will not discuss this and will not agree it at this point.

 
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