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'CVs at bottom of pile': Britons in EU say Brexit is taking its toll

Uncertainty over UK citizens’ future status is prompting some European employers to steer clear

Past 40, and nearly five years after he arrived in Madrid, John Halliday is moving back to the UK and in with his parents. He had “nowhere else to go”, he says: Brexit had cost him his job and made other Spanish employers reluctant to hire Britons.

Related: Britons in Europe face citizens' rights 'lottery' in event of no deal

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Joe Biden cabinet picks are setting presidency up to be ‘Swamp Things 2’
John freakin’ Kerry. Again. After a summer of discontent driven in part by protests against racial injustice and in part by the not-altogether-unrelated desire of a great many Americans to be rid of Donald Trump, Joe Biden has responded to his party’s call for sweeping social change by taking a deep dive into the Ivy...
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Florida State hit with 2nd straight game-day postponement
Florida State’s has had a home football game postponed on the day it was to be played for the second straight week.
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Fairfax County police identify man killed in 3-car crash
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NJ officials won’t allow fundraising for son’s muscular dystrophy treatment, dad says
A New Jersey dad who has completed races around the world raising funds for his son’s muscular dystrophy treatment claims the state’s gambling ban prevents him from auctioning off a Mustang for the charity. Jim Raffone’s 11-year-old son Jamesy was diagnosed in 2013 with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a rare, but fatal disease that causes progressive...
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Former House Republican wrests California seat from Dem incumbent
Former Republican Rep. David Valadao reclaimed his seat in California's 21st District, defeating Democratic incumbent Rep. T.J. Cox. 
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Ethiopia Says Its Military Now Controls the Tigray Capital
Tigray TV earlier Saturday reported that the city was being “heavily bombarded"
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From 2010: Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh
Tony Hsieh, the retired head of Las Vegas-based Zappos.com, died Friday, November 27. In this profile that originally aired on "Sunday Morning" June 6, 2010, correspondent Erin Moriarty talked with the then-36-year-old CEO whose online shoe retailer was thriving, thanks in part to a unique company culture and its revolutionary customer service. Hsieh also discussed a business philosophy he wrote about in his book, "Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose."
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Woman dies after being hit by SUV while crossing road in Clinton
A 21-year-old woman was hit and killed by an SUV and several other vehicles as she tried to cross the road in Clinton on Friday, police said.
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Georgia Senate Dem hopefuls differ on court-packing question
Georgia Senate Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock -- both locked in tight runoff races that have drawn national attention -- have taken different stances on the question of court packing.
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Fight Game on the 'Gram: Anthony Smith's best posts before UFC on ESPN 18
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House Republicans call for censure of NJ Dem who filed bar complaints against Trump lawyers
House Republicans on Friday introduced a resolution seeking the censure of a New Jersey Democrat who filed complaints with state bars calling for disbarment of Rudy Giuliani and other Trump campaign attorneys.
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How Much Is Mike Tyson Getting Paid to Fight Roy Jones Jr.?
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D.C. deserves a police chief who embraces transparency. So, too, does Prince William County.
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Tony Hsieh, retired Zappos CEO, dead at 46
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Major fire displaces dozens of residents at Silver Spring seniors apartment building
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Surf Lodge’s Aspen outpost cancels re-opening due to COVID-19 spike
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More than 60 people arrested at anti-lockdown protest in London
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Trump and Allies Call for Nixing Certification, Picking Electors After 'Compromised' Pennsylvania Election
A proposed resolution by state GOP lawmakers calls for the election certification to be withdrawn—and for the GOP-controlled state legislature to pick electors.
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Black Friday Weekend 2020: The best PS4 and PS5 deals right now
These are the best deals on the web for PlayStation memberships, games, accessories, and more.       
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If Biden didn't win, how is GA runoff a check on Dem White House?
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The assassination of a top Iranian nuclear scientist, briefly explained
The site of Fakhrizadeh’s killing, about 40 miles east of Tehran. | Iranian State TV/Handout/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images Iran has blamed Israel for the attack, and pledged retaliation. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani pledged retaliation for the killing of Iran’s top nuclear scientist in remarks Saturday, promising a response “to the martyrdom of our scientist at the proper time.” The scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, was killed near Tehran on Friday, authorities said, just weeks after an international monitoring agency confirmed that the country had taken new steps in its nuclear development, moving even further past limits on nuclear research imposed by a now discarded 2015 nuclear deal. According to Iran’s Defense Ministry, Fakhrizadeh was ambushed by gunmen while traveling to a town about 40 miles away from Tehran, and died after being taken to a hospital. 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Ethiopian armed forces launch assault on rebel region, officials say
The three week-long conflict started following an attack by rebels on a military base.
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Lightning photos from 2020 highlight ‘Seasons of Washington’ 2021 calendar
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Apple Black Friday Deals: iPhones, Apple Watches, AirPods, MacBooks and more
These Apple Black Friday deals extend through Cyber weekend for some amazing sales on iPhones, Apple Watches, AirPods, MacBooks and more.       
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Amazon Cancels ‘Utopia’ After Just One Season
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College football predictions: Auburn can cover vs. talented Alabama
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Not a hearing: Arizona legislators, Trump lawyers plan public meeting on election at Phoenix hotel Monday
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Willie Garson quietly checks podcast for misspelling last name
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FDNY won’t require medics and firefighters to get new COVID-19 vaccine
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Georgia runoffs: one party will likely win both seats
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Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi and Jon Stewart to fellow New Jerseyans: 'Wear a friggin' mask!'
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Ex-NFL star Chad Johnson spreads good tidings with huge tip for Florida restaurant worker
Former NFL All-Pro wide receiver Chad Johnson is known for going the extra mile for restaurant workers, and he spread more good tidings at an eatery on Friday.
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Donald Trump's Biographer Says He 'Cannot Even Succeed at Being a Loser'
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Black Friday 2020: Save up to $550 on Apple MacBook Pro and MacBook Air laptops right now
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Buccaneers' A.Q. Shipley may have suffered career-ending injury vs. Rams
Tampa Bay Buccaneers center A.Q. Shipley may have suffered a career-ending injury Monday night when he went down against the Los Angeles Rams.
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I had a homecoming to be thankful for. Now I'm fighting for others to have the same
When Jason Bryant learned that his life sentence had been commuted in March, hope mingled with fear as he looked to life beyond prison walls. It's an uncertainty that's shared by thousands of newly released inmates every year, Bryant writes, except most don't have the resources that eased his own return. Now, he's working to give other formerly incarcerated citizens a safe place to land.
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China demands recovering COVID-19 patients wait six months before donating blood
A Wuhan-based specialist told The Beijing News that although genetic material from the virus has rarely been found in blood donated by asymptomatic patients, it was not possible to completely rule out the risk of infection.
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College football coronavirus updates: Florida State has game postponed for second week in a row
The ACC announced Saturday that Florida State's game against Virginia, slated for an 8 p.m. ET start has been postponed.        
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GoFundMe raises over $83K for fishermen presumed lost at sea
“These four men were the best out there. They will be deeply missed, but they will never be forgotten,” the organizer of the GoFundMe page wrote.
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Black Friday 2020: Nectar mattress deals include $399 of free bedding
With any Nectar mattress purchase for Black Friday, you'll get a free sheet set, mattress protector and two pillows (a $399 value).       
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Eagles' Lane Johnson reveals extent of season-ending ankle injury
Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Lane Johnson revealed the extent of his season-ending ankle injury Friday.
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Nolte: Andrew Cuomo's Rat-Out-Your-Neighbor Thanksgiving Program Failed
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Bruno Mars creates Angela Davis-inspired art for charity
Bruno Mars is showing off his arty side for charity.
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The best weighted blanket deals this Black Friday 2020
Get your hands on discounted weighted blankets from brands like Gravity Blanket, Casper, Quility and more this Black Friday 2020.       
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This archbishop has become the first African American cardinal in Catholic history
Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Washington, DC, made history Saturday afternoon at an installation ceremony in Rome.
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Tom Brady skirts Bruce Arians drama in telling comments
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