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Lords debate EU migration to UK

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The House of Lords home affairs select committee is to consider possible immigration rules for European Union citizens relocating to the UK after Britain has left the bloc.

The debate follows a report by the Lords’ European Union committee, Brexit: UK-EU movement of people, published on 6 March. The report identifies policy options available to government and their implications for UK citizens wishing to live in the EU and vice versa.

Crossbencher Usha Prashar, former chairwoman of the EU home affairs sub-committee, was scheduled to open the debate on the report later today. Susan Williams, minister of state at the Home Office, will respond on behalf of the government, it announced on 14 July.

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