Brexit: UK Parliament to debate migration and citizen's rights

MPs are expected to debate migration and rights of citizens of UK and EU after Brexit.

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    British MPs are expected on Friday to debate migration and the rights of the citizens of the United Kingdom and the European Union after Brexit in the lead up to the crucial vote next week.

    The government has already indicated it wants to reduce European immigration by 80 percent when it leaves the EU. Immigration was one of the main motivators for people who voted to leave.

     

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from London.


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