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    More fingers than teeth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordac View Post
    Indeed - Darmy hasn't heard of "sub-letting".
    As for "coming home, most of the 1 million "over there" are financially independent (property-owning retirees etc), so don't care about benefit rights. The people I know who have property in Europe don't think Brexit will make much difference - it all depends on how vindictive the EU decides to be, though. Guess we'll find out soon enough.
    Indeed, Mordy hasn't done his research....
    Brexit is having a wee in the middle of the room at a house party because nobody is talking to you, and then complaining about the smell.

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    Not sure if I read it on here, but if the EU doesn't do a recprocating agreement, when these "4m" or so EU citizens reach the stage where they need new hips, hospital treatment etc, who pays for that?

    Presumably they are working over here, so are paying into the system, and not their home countries system, which is where the difficulties lie. So that needs to be dealt with, if you work here, you pay into the UK system of NI and Tax. Or will the UK be billing the EU for the costs of looking after EU citizens because they decided to not agree a reciprocal arrangement?

    That would cost the EU potentially billions.

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