Malaysians in Britain carry on post-Brexit

Fond farewell: British MEPs (members of the European Parliament) carrying a Union flag as they leave the European Parliament building in Brussels on Friday. — AP

The general view is that this historic development will affect students the most while it could give Malaysians a boost in employment.

WITH Britain officially having exited the European Union on Friday, residents will have to begin adjusting to life as non-EU citizens.

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