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    Theresa May Offers EU Citizens ‘UK Settled Status’

    “No one will face a cliff edge.” So said the British prime minister to EU leaders in Brussels yesterday, calling for a new “settled status” for EU citizens who arrive before an unspecified cutoff date and reside in Britain for five years. The status would guarantee post-Brexit rights to health care, pensions, education and benefits — a top point of contention for EU leaders who felt such residents were being used as bargaining chips. May, newly weakened by a hung Parliament, says more details will be published Monday.

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