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Waiting for Brexit

European Union nationals living in the UK are still stuck in limbo

By Felipe Araujo  

EU nationals protest outside the Houses of Parliament yesterday ©Stefan Rousseau PA Wire/PA Images

“For people like me who have been here for 18 years it is heartbreaking.” It is a warm, sunny Friday morning in west London, but a dark cloud hangs over Axel Antoni, a German retail consultant. A hard Brexit is looming and as Britain prepares to end a 40-year marriage to the continent, Europeans on this side of the channel worry.

Antoni is one of the thousands of migrants who on Monday 20th February missed on…

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