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>> The UK is on course for another clash with Brussels. Prime Minister Theresa May told reporters, on her trip to China, that EU citizens who move to Britain after next year's Brexit may lose some rights. Curbing immigration was one of the main reasons Britons voted to leave the EU, partly because of an influx of migrants from Eastern Europe.
Now, there'll be a difference between those who came before Brexit and those who come after, May said. Britain and Brussels want to temporarily deal to govern the first two years after Brexit. Giving businesses, customs, and politicians more time to work out the nitty-gritty of the future relationship. But the European Union has warned that its citizens must have full residence rights during that time.
May is under pressure at home from Brexiteers, who fear the divorce will change little, and see that as a betrayal of the referendum result.