European Citizenship after Brexit: Freedom of Movement and Rights of Residence (Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics) Hardcover from Amazon UK is £20; this Kindle copy is free
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European Citizenship after Brexit: Freedom of Movement and Rights of Residence (Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics) Hardcover from Amazon UK is £20; this Kindle copy is free

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Found 17th Dec 2017Edited by:"splender"
This is a book of facts and treats the subject matter academically, neutrally and objectively. I am trying to help people here with practical advice so please do not vote this book hot or cold solely on political motive but rather on its value to those who need the knowledge even when not finalised as yet. This book may be updated so check your Kindle for automatic updates.

* This book explains the problems faced by the European citizens in the UK, and
* by the UK citizens residing in the member states of the EU after Brexit.

British citizens in France with Kindle registered in Franceget this free book here.
British citizens in Germany with Kindle registered in Germanyget this free book here.
British citizens in Spain with Kindle resgistered in Spainget this free book here.
British citizens in Italy with Kindle registered in Italyget this free book here.
British citizens in Holland with Kindle registered in Nederlands get this free book here.
etc.
Tell you mates and relatives abroad about this useful Kindle book.

A detailed academic book, its hardcover book is £20 on Amazon.co.uk, four copies left in stock, more is on order at time of posting this deal. This Kindle version is free. This book is 123 pages. ISBN 978-3-319-51773-5 e-ISBN 978-3-319-51774-2

Author is Patricia Mindus, Associate Professor, Philosophy Department, Uppsala University, Sweden. Uppsala University is ranked about 32 in the European ranking by Times Education.

Patricia Mindus directs research projects relating to migration, citizenship policies and arbitrary law-making. She teaches Jurisprudence, Ethics, Political Theory & EU Law. Master classes include the international Master Program in Global Rule of Law and Constitutional Democracy at Genoa Law School.
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Free yes, £20 hell no!
I mean, they haven't settled almost any of this yet. So this seems totally redundant before they put any ink to paper. At least be an ebook that can be updated as things progress rather than print
Dilithium7 m ago

Oh look another Brexit thread. As soon as the Remoaners get upset they'll …Oh look another Brexit thread. As soon as the Remoaners get upset they'll delete this one like they did the last.One thing we all agree on, is we should encourage EU citizens to leave by paying their airfare home. We invited them here, so as Remoaners have repeated again and again, we need to pay their fares home.


Get well soon
Edited by: "jonty" 17th Dec 2017
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Free yes, £20 hell no!
Do not vote politically.... dont see that happening on here!
Conditional to Brexit
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optrex102 m ago

Free yes, £20 hell no!



Hardcover is available in stock for delivery by Amazon, UK ; if you are a Brit is Europe or a Euro in UK, you should take this book seriously.
M0nkeymick1 m ago

Do not vote politically.... dont see that happening on here!

The issue is £20 for this book is not a deal regardless of political views.
I mean, they haven't settled almost any of this yet. So this seems totally redundant before they put any ink to paper. At least be an ebook that can be updated as things progress rather than print
Bit of a waste of time of you ask me, we’re still going to have freedom of movement after brexit anyway.
Edited by: "teh.arn" 17th Dec 2017
Hardcover copy £20, ideal secret santa gift.
Thanks splender.
Dilithium2 m ago

Oh look another Brexit thread. As soon as the Remoaners get upset they'll …Oh look another Brexit thread. As soon as the Remoaners get upset they'll delete this one like they did the last.One thing we all agree on, is we should encourage EU citizens to leave by paying their airfare home. We invited them here, so as Remoaners have repeated again and again, we need to pay their fares home.


well I dont agree on paying their airfare so your wrong
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janz701 m ago

well I dont agree on paying their airfare so your wrong


How do you feel they should leave ?
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shadey123 m ago

Hardcover copy £20, ideal secret santa gift.Thanks splender.



haha, hardcopy Amazon can delivery by Tuesday, 19 December! By electronic is easier to bookmark and highlight in Kindle.
Edited by: "splender" 17th Dec 2017
Brexit sounds like a cereal bar. I vote we rename it.
Dilithium7 m ago

Oh look another Brexit thread. As soon as the Remoaners get upset they'll …Oh look another Brexit thread. As soon as the Remoaners get upset they'll delete this one like they did the last.One thing we all agree on, is we should encourage EU citizens to leave by paying their airfare home. We invited them here, so as Remoaners have repeated again and again, we need to pay their fares home.


Get well soon
Edited by: "jonty" 17th Dec 2017
i_have_crabs1 m ago

Brexit sounds like a cereal bar. I vote we rename it.


S*** Show seems more fitting
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jonty2 m ago

Get well soon


Thank you, I was feeling rough after Friday night but so much better today.

Another Brexit supporter showing me some love
Dilithium11 m ago

Oh look another Brexit thread. As soon as the Remoaners get upset they'll …Oh look another Brexit thread. As soon as the Remoaners get upset they'll delete this one like they did the last.One thing we all agree on, is we should encourage EU citizens to leave by paying their airfare home. We invited them here, so as Remoaners have repeated again and again, we need to pay their fares home.


"We invited them here". You didn't do diddly squat frienderino x
Dilithium11 m ago

Oh look another Brexit thread. As soon as the Remoaners get upset they'll …Oh look another Brexit thread. As soon as the Remoaners get upset they'll delete this one like they did the last.One thing we all agree on, is we should encourage EU citizens to leave by paying their airfare home. We invited them here, so as Remoaners have repeated again and again, we need to pay their fares home.


Maybe we should pay for the Brits abroad to come back too? Yet somehow I don’t think they will want to come back ...
Dilithium7 m ago

How do you feel they should leave ?


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Thank you.
if they are qualified professionals that we need, I think they should stay.
If they have no job put them on the chunnel and send them back to france and let europe take care of them
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shadey122 m ago

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Excellent idea.

See How constructive we can be if we all work together. I estimate £2-3 million should solve the problem completely with that mode of transport.

Well done.
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Damn it, some cold voters still, Jesus, have some compassion for your fellow British residing in the member states too.

After 200 votes, seems to be 5 hot voters to every 3 cold voters.
Edited by: "splender" 17th Dec 2017
Oh come on. Let's all vote on our position. If you want another referendum vote hot, if you don't vote cold
Self published piece of tat
I bought it cos it was free. I'll probably definitely never read it.
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Brexit is finished. Remoaner Theresa May has played her dirty tricks and there will be a second referendum now once parliament votes against the deal David Davis brings to them.
splender16 m ago

Damn it, some cold voters still, Jesus, have some compassion for your …Damn it, some cold voters still, Jesus, have some compassion for your fellow British residing in the member states too.


Haha you can see who the real project fear is! They will be absolutely fine. Brits abroad aren't scroungers therefore will be able to get visas easily. If they cant then they probably shouldn't be in that country anyways!
Heat for the ebook. Shame about the Brexshitters trying to hijack the post though...
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hardstylemw5 m ago

Haha you can see who the real project fear is! They will be absolutely …Haha you can see who the real project fear is! They will be absolutely fine. Brits abroad aren't scroungers therefore will be able to get visas easily. If they cant then they probably shouldn't be in that country anyways!



Evidence to a link?
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NeoDoug12 m ago

Heat for the ebook. Shame about the Brexshitters trying to hijack the post …Heat for the ebook. Shame about the Brexshitters trying to hijack the post though...



Seems to be 5 hot voters for every 3 cold votes, cold voters do not show compassion for their compatriots abroad.
Edited by: "splender" 17th Dec 2017
jonty37 m ago

Get well soon


Wow - you have been a member for 13 years and have resisted posting a single deal. Perhaps there should be a special badge for pioneer commentators who share only their 'considerable wit'.
splender2 m ago

Seems to be 5 hot voters for every 3 cold votes, cold voters do not show …Seems to be 5 hot voters for every 3 cold votes, cold voters do not show compassion for their compatriots abroad.


I haven't voted either way.
However people voting on your thread has nothing to do with compassion for fellow countrymen/women in the EU.
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shadey122 m ago

I haven't voted either way.However people voting on your thread has …I haven't voted either way.However people voting on your thread has nothing to do with compassion for fellow countrymen/women in the EU.



You can say that again.
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WaveMotionEngine5 m ago

Wow - you have been a member for 13 years and have resisted posting a …Wow - you have been a member for 13 years and have resisted posting a single deal. Perhaps there should be a special badge for pioneer commentators who share only their 'considerable wit'.


Be fair, maybe the member spends a lot of their time abroad, somewhere in eastern Europe perhaps. A bit like a lot of other members on forums who propose to support Remain yet hold no UK citizenship.
WaveMotionEngine9 m ago

Wow - you have been a member for 13 years and have resisted posting a …Wow - you have been a member for 13 years and have resisted posting a single deal. Perhaps there should be a special badge for pioneer commentators who share only their 'considerable wit'.



yes, some people are shining wits ;-)
Surely we're going to still have freedom of movement after Brexit?

310 mile border with Ireland.

Tories have just agreed to keep it unpoliced and open (soft) and that Northern Ireland won't be treated any differently to the rest of the UK (i.e, no border in between Northern Ireland and the UK mainland).

Literally no way free movement can't and won't happen with that.

Anyone from the EU that wants in might have to go via Ireland first... but that's about it.

Which isn't what most people who voted for Brexit wanted.

But I don't think many seem to have grasped that yet to be honest. Perhaps it would help if they put it in massive letters on the side of a bus?
Edited by: "CaptainSocks" 17th Dec 2017
carolina197244 m ago

Maybe we should pay for the Brits abroad to come back too? Yet somehow I …Maybe we should pay for the Brits abroad to come back too? Yet somehow I don’t think they will want to come back ...


No they only come back once a year when they need free dentistry or doctors visits
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