May sets out 'offer' on EU citizens' rights
Theresa May has set out the government's "offer" to EU citizens in the UK, telling Parliament that the government wants them to stay.
The prime minister said no EU citizen would have to leave when the UK exits the EU.
The government has proposed that those with five years' continuous residence, at a cut-off date to be determined by negotiations, would be granted a "settled status".
26 Jun 2017
- From the section UK Politics