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Many EU nationals are getting one-way tickets out of Britain since the Brexit vote. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA. ‘I INCREASINGLY FELT LESS WELCOME’: MARTIN SEELEIB-KAISER, 53, GERMAN. Returned in 2017. As a family we moved to the UK in the autumn of 2004. The rights associated with EU citizenship were core to my decision to accept the offer of teaching at the University of Oxford. However, after having contributed to UK higher education for more than a decade, I increasingly felt less welcome as the political discourse on “benefit tourism” developed over the years. The decision by the British electorate to vote for Brexit was the final tipping point for our decision to leave. Having spent only ve... Full story

7 December