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25/07/2016

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I've noted the observation that the "majority of public sector bodies in a post-Brexit UK would not offer goods and services to data subjects on the Continent", but is this correct? For example, if EU citizens are students at UK universities, and living within the LA area (and thus possibly being included on a Council Tax list even if it's only to apply for the student exemption), accessing healthcare (via whatever means required), etc. then surely all those public bodies will be providing services to EU citizens as temporary visitors under whatever Visa scheme is required.

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