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FILE PHOTO: Puzzle with printed EU and UK flags is seen in this illustration taken November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration. BERLIN (Reuters) - Britons drove up an increase in the number of foreigners obtaining German citizenship last year, with more naturalised than in any year since Britain’s 2016 referendum vote to leave the European Union, official data showed on Wednesday. Britain left the EU on Jan. 31. Talks aimed at setting out its future ties with the bloc have all but stalled and some Britons worry they will lose the right to live and work in Germany, Europe’s biggest economy. Britons usually need to have lived in Germany for eight years to qualify for citizenship. Appl... Full story

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