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How will exiting the European Union affect the UK's employment and pension system? Read analysis from Parliament's libraries and committees on the impact of Brexit.
Employment of other EU nationals in the UKProvides statistics on nationals of other EU countries working in the UK
Brexit and state pensionsLooks at EU law providing for the co-ordination of State Pension entitlement and the possible impact of Brexit
Implications for private pensionsLooks at the emerging discussion about the potential implications of Brexit for EU pensions
Employment lawOverview of the interaction between UK and EU employment law; the potential consequences of Brexit; and the Government's position on the issue
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