The Czech government passed emergency legislation extending the EU rights of British nationals living in Czech Republic till 2020.
I gave an interview to a journalist about my views on Brexit and the article seemed to gather some momentum. It was originally published in Lidovky and has since been syndicated by every Czech news server, radio station and newspaper. It’s certainly a hot topic judging by the number of comments it is creating and by the number of news servers who syndicated it.
Podobně jako Donnachie se vyslovil i ředitel reklamní kanceláře Rory Wilmer, který však vyjádřil nejistotu nad osudem Britů v České republice v dlouhodobém horizontu. Někteří Britové se také obávají možnosti zavedení víz pro cesty do některých evropských zemí.
Lidové noviny is a daily newspaper published in Prague, the Czech Republic. It is the oldest Czech daily still in print. It is national news daily covering political, economic, cultural and scientific affairs, mostly with a centre-right, conservative view. It often hosts commentaries and opinions of prominent personalities from the Czech Republic and from abroad.
On the 7th of March, the Czech President signed a government passed emergency legislation to allow Britons extended rights after the March 29th deadline if the UK crashes out of the EU with no deal. The emergency legislation allows Brits in the Czech Republic to keep the same rights as other EU nationals.
According to the statistics of the Ministry of Interior, there are currently around 8,000 British citizens living in the Czech Republic.