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Czech govt. official: UK must “very quickly” say how it will deal with EU residents

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has outlined uncompromising plans for her country’s exit from the EU, including restricting workers from member states and quitting the common market. However, her speech on Tuesday has also raised a host of questions, particularly for people from other EU states currently resident in Britain. To get the Czech government perspective, I spoke to Tomáš Prouza, the state secretary for European affairs.

 
 
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US astronaut Eugene Cernan, the last person to set foot on the Moon, died on Monday at the age of 82. Cernan was the…

 
 
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Czechs marking Palach anniversary with…

Czechs are marking the 48th anniversary of the self-immolation of student Jan Palach, a brave protest against the loss…

 
 
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Number of foreigners in Czech Republic…

The number of foreigners in the Czech Republic in 2015 was the highest in the country’s history – a little under half a…

 
 
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Fast track programme for Ukraine…

In times of boom and for selected fields of employment the Czech Republic has frequently looked East to supplement its…

 
 
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Sustainable living projects seek to…

With environmental issues becoming more prominent, the off-grid movement where dwelling, for example, are reliant on…

 
 
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Blast of Arctic weather sees charities…

Arctic conditions, with night time lows dropping to – 30 degrees Celsius in places are making life difficult for people…

 
 
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Astronomers want government to…

Czech astronomers have warned of the growing impact of so-called light pollution – excessive or obtrusive light – from…

 
 
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Children at the forefront of country’s…

Traditionally, the close of the Christmas holidays kicks off the largest and most successful fund-raiser in the country…

 
 
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Police welcome club’s reward to find…

The brutal attack on Czech tennis star Petra Kvitová shocked not just the Czech Republic but the world. But in spite of…

 
 
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State scrambles to deal with bird flu…

The Czech Republic is the latest country in Europe to report the outbreak of bird flu. On Wednesday, Minister of…

 
 
 
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