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EU workers face discrimination

According to a dossier compiled by EU citizens' rights campaign group The 3 million, EU jobseekers applying for work in the UK are being discriminated against amid uncertainty over their post-Brexit status. Displaying the extent of discrimination against EU citizens by dozens of employers, the dossier includes job adverts requiring applicants to be UK citizens or hold British passports, and rental properties advertised for British nationals only or subjecting EU citizens to different terms. Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union David Davis is being pressed to clarify the rights of EU workers.

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Category: Employment Keyword(s): Discrimination; European Union membership; Withdrawal. Area(s) of law: Employment; Public Sector.
Source: Times.

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