Uncertain future for EU citizens in Britain after Brexzit

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In Britain, the Poles are the most numerous community in the EU countries from Eastern Europe, with about 800 thousand people, while those ones that come from Western Europe, the French are the most numerous, with 450 thousand.

British Labor MP, Gisela Stuart, one of the few of this party who agitate for Brexzit said that EU citizens that now live in Britain are left in complete uncertainty, at a time when negotiations are preparing for the disintegration of the European Union.

Gisela Stewart will manage a cross-party committee on how to protect their rights and what status to be granted after Britain will leave the EU.

Prime Minister Theresa May, during her visits to the European capitals, that are made after the referendum of June 23, said that the government in London would protect Europeans, based on a reciprocity that will be done, for the rights of the British who have been staying or residing in the EU countries.

MPs from all parliamentary groups strongly criticized this statement of May, with the explanation that these people are not “objects for shopping”…

In talking to BBC Radio Webb, MP Gisela Stewart asked the government to declare that will now to allow all-around three million Europeans to stay in the country. In that conversation, however, she talks about that after June 23, “of all people should understand what happens” and advocates “the same treatment” for the British and Europeans.

The Liberal Party strongly criticized the position of Stuart Gisela while her leader, Tim Faro accused her of insincerity when talking about concerns the fate of EU citizens.

Faro claims that the Stewart stokes anti-European hate still affirm the news in Europe and encourages the anti-immigrant sentiment.

In Britain, the Poles are the most numerous community in the EU countries from Eastern Europe, with about 800 thousand people, while those ones that come from Western Europe, the French are the most numerous, with 450 thousand.

In the past couple of years, a growing number of citizens of Bulgaria and Romania, and the government in London against setting a time limit, according to the decision which migrants will and can stay in Britain and who Europeans will have to leave.

It is feared that if there is specify a limit, will come to the “rapid influx” of migrants, mostly from the East and Southeast of the EU in the next two years, as long as British-European negotiations for unfriending to “catch the last train” before the British border is closed.