No point in getting annoyed, Phil. If it has to be done, it has to be done however annoyed you get and you're the only one who'll be affected by that anger. Potentially, it'll nudge you a bit nearer to a heart attack.Phild wrote:.....I'm quite annoyed that we have to go through the rigmarole to get a permanent one,,......
Kilkis wrote:Since one of the primary aims of Brexit is to "take back control of our borders" I think it is highly probable that Statutory Instrument 2006 No. 1003, "THE IMMIGRATION (EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA) REGULATIONS 2006", which implements DIRECTIVE 2004/38/EC in UK law, will be one of the first pieces of legislation that will be changed after the withdrawal Bill and the Bill that implements whatever the final agreement is.
Viewed from the Greek end, DIRECTIVE 2004/38/EC applies to EU citizens. Once the UK has withdrawn from the EU it will no longer be applicable to UK citizens living in the EU because they will no longer be EU citizens. What the UK does or doesn't do with its legislation is irrelevant. The UK could leave Statutory Instrument 2006 No. 1003 in place for the next 50 years but UK citizens will lose their right to remain in the EU the second the UK withdraws from the EU unless the right to remain is enshrined in a new agreement.
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