A man passes a Brexit related sticker on Westminster bridge in London, on December 9, 2017. / AFP / BEN STANSALL
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The European Commission and the British government let out an audible sigh of relief on reaching a deal on Brexit divorce terms.The preamble to the 15-page divorce deal agreed by British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker illustrates its precarious nature.The deal is clear on guaranteeing the post-Brexit rights of Britons already living in the bloc and of their EU counterparts based in Britain with family members able to claim residence.Regarding citizens' rights, the divorce bill text indicates Britain will bring forward a bill to incorporate them into British law.Britain puts the sum at between 40 and 45 billion euros.
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