‘We are being abandoned’: Britons in EU on the Brexit deal vote
As newspapers continue to show their positions at the start of a critical week in Britsh politics, the Guardian runs a story on Britons in the EU, their problems, fears and concerns run the gamut, from the practical to the emotional and the existential to the deeply personal.
In advance of the Commons vote on Tuesday, some of the estimated 1.3 million British citizens living elsewhere in the EU worry they will lose their livelihoods because they will no longer be able to work across more than one country, or their professional qualifications may no longer be recognised.
Others fear they will have to refocus and rebuild businesses they have built up over decades, or are concerned they will not now be able to look after ageing parents in the UK. Emotionally, many feel a part of their identity is being amputated. Full story here, with examples of those that could be affected.
The UK enters a historic week with no idea how it will end
CNN carry the above headline, together with one of the best quotes on the subject: “We are going to live through an extraordinary week, writing an extraordinary page of our history, and not one of us knows the words on that page, what we will be reading on that page, in seven days’ time”.