Anti-Brexit stickers are seen on a traffic sing next to a EU flag outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, January 30, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
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Frustrated by Brexit negotiations, angry at Brussels or simply afraid of the future, ordinary Britons and other Europeans are already taking life-changing decisions a year before Britain leaves the EU. Office workers, farmers and radio hosts are taking on new nationalities, relocating their businesses or looking forward to lucrative alternative trade deals, as politicians struggle to come up with a plan.The shape of future relations between Britain and the EU is far from certain and the British government is deeply divided over how to proceed.That uncertainty is even more pressing for the 3 million EU nationals living in the U.K., many of whom are now questioning their future there. Brexit affects "every part of our lives," said radio presenter Gosia Prochal, one of nearly a million Polish citizens living in Britain.AFP spoke to five EU nationals and five Britons in the U.K., as well as five British citizens living in continental Europe about their hopes and fears ahead of the expected Brexit date of March 29, 2019 .EU citizens in Britain are taking similar decisions.
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