As expected, the EU has placed EU Citizens’ rights at the heart of its Brexit negotiations.
In response the UK Government has set out clearly that it has to be reciprocal for all those Brits living and working in EU Member States.
The UK has made a series of valid proposals which will respect the wishes of UK voters.
Not guaranteeing the privileges of EU Citizens arriving after the cut-off date is a sensible measure. Tightening the rules concerning family members is reasonable and helps protect our public services. Further, it is absolutely right that the ECJ loses its jurisdiction over people living in Brexit Britain. I do not see any need for the proposed new body to oversee rights, as all it does is allow continued EU interference in matters that belong to a sovereign independent nation.