Britain's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) David Davis arrives in Downing Street in central London on April 24, 2018 ahead of the weekly meeting of the cabinet. (AFP / Ben STANSALL)
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UK Brexit app leaves EU lawmakers waryBritish officials presented their plans to ensure 3 million European Union citizens can be granted rights to remain in Britain after Brexit, but their presentation in Brussels Tuesday left EU lawmakers worried the system won't work.Some said new revelations about efforts to deport people who came from the Caribbean decades ago undermined trust in British promises and so a deal to phase out EU court protection for Europeans in Britain after eight years should be reviewed.The system for registering for lifetime rights for Europeans who arrived in Britain while it was an EU member should be free, the MEPs said, and must also be quick, simple and confer rights immediately rather than make people wait for confirmation.
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