There was a big spike in Brits giving up their passports as Britain voted for Brexit
|01/12/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Exclusive: The number of Brits wanting to hand in their passports hit a 13 year high in the year of the Brexit vote.
- 744 applied to renounce their citizenship in 2016.
- Anti-hard Brexit campaigners say the spike should “send a shiver” down Theresa May’s spine.
- Home Office insists there is no link between the spike and Brexit.
LONDON — There was a surge in the number of people giving up their citizenship in the year of the Brexit vote, new figures obtained by Business Insider reveal.
A Freedom Of Information request by the Best for Britain campaign group shows that 741 people applied to read more >>>