In Islington, registrar Dion Goncalves keeps the mood lively by playing hits by the Fab Four that ring out across the wood-paneled council chamber. AFP / JUSTIN TALLIS
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Songs by The Beatles play out as Britain's newest citizens prepare to take their oath to queen and country – some of a growing number of EU nationals hoping to secure their futures after Brexit.Under EU freedom of movement laws, the mother of two has lived in Britain for 19 years but decided to formalize her status after the 2016 vote to leave the European Union.Britain and the EU struck a deal last December to secure the rights after Brexit of around 3 million EU citizens living in Britain, and 1 million British expatriates."I already feel British," he told AFP, while conceding that his new passport might make traveling abroad a bit easier.He has lived in the United Kingdom for more than seven years and like others, felt a "sense of urgency" to make his move permanent after the Brexit vote.
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