Brexit: What the European papers say

In Spain’s El Pais, Xavier Vidal-Folch bemoans the fact that negotiations resulting from the “xenophobic operation” of Brexit may result in EU migrants in Britain – and vice versa – being used as the “bargaining chips of a bad-tempered nationalism”.

“Freedom is indivisible and European freedom consists of four specific freedoms – [the free movement] of goods, services, capital and people,” he argues. “Only an extremist puts the rights of goods before that of their fellow citizens.”

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