UK: 400 activists accuse Starmer of inaction in ‘settlement of status’ case

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    London, June 27 17:27 – (Nova Agency) – More than 400 British Labor activists wrote to leader Keir Starmer, describing the silence of the political power on the issue of the “stabilized situation” as “unforgivable”. Applications for ‘settled status’, the work and residence permit granted by the London Government to EU citizens residing in the UK before 1 January 2021, the date the country leaves the EU, will expire on 30 June. Activists warn in the letter, carried by the newspaper, “The Guardian” of the dire consequences for tens of thousands of Europeans who, according to their opinion, will suffer from problems arising from the application and will have to rely on “charity”. British Home Office. The letter also raises concerns about millions of other people who have only temporary status and could face a hostile approach from government officials. “Labour has not said or done enough for this situation,” the letter said, showing that the party had not taken any bias in the matter so as not to sound too much in favor of Brexit. (continued) (Rel)

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