UK expat exodus up 30% post Brexit - study

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UK expat exodus up 30% post Brexit - study

The number of UK citizens emigrating to the EU has risen by 30 per cent since the Brexit vote, according to a new study. Analysis of data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Eurostat shows that migration from Britain to EU states averaged 56,832 people a year in 2008-15, growing to 73,642 a year in 2016-18. The joint research project undertaken between the Oxford-in-Berlin partnership and the WZB Social Science Centre, also in Berlin,compared the U...

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