While attention during Brexit talks has been focused on the two sides’ negotiation positions, and on the measure of agreement reached so far (notably the December joint report) in the long term the most important text on EU and UK citizens’  acquired rights after Brexit will be the withdrawal agreement itself – assuming it is agreed and ratified. Once a draft withdrawal agreement is produced (which is reportedly likely soon) we can offer a ‘running commentary’ on it, but in the meantime here are some thoughts about what to look for.

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