The country is consumed by the Brexit soap opera that affects us all. But actually, there are many things in life that will hit you harder and more immediately than whether and how we leave the EU. April is traditionally the time when a raft of new laws come into force changing your rights – and your wallet. This year is no exception with new rules for EU citizens, train toilets and knives, and the minimum wage and Universal Credit. We have rounded up 11 of the biggest changes coming into force in and around April 2019 – read on to see how they’ll hit you. 1. 3million EU citizens must apply to stay in the UK DATE: Saturday 30 March UK officials have now officially launched the process EU citizens must go through to remain in Britain after Brexit . Over the coming period of more than a year, more than 3.5million EU citizens in the UK will have to use the EU Settlement Scheme if they want to stay beyond June 2021. EU citizens who have been in the UK for five years or more by 31 December 2020 should apply for “settled status” now. People who have… Read full this story
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