United Kingdom/European Union: Brexit update: New prime minister, other developments
The following is a roundup of recent developments concerning Brexit negotiations and the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union.
BAL Analysis: While the change in leadership has been accelerated, Brexit procedures have not yet formally begun. There has been no immediate change to the immigration status of EU workers in the U.K. or to British workers in the EU. BAL will continue to update clients on significant developments as Brexit negotiations proceed.
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