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Brits in Germany: How do you feel about Brexit?

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Brits in Germany: How do you feel about Brexit?
May at a cabinet meeting in 2016 when she was interior minister; Merkel at a Bundestag meeting in 2014. Photo: DPA
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With Brexit lurking just around the corner, some Brits living in Germany may feel a bit uneasy about what it will mean for them, or they may be taking steps to secure their future in the EU.

There are upwards of 116,000 British nationals living in Germany. If you're one of them, a lot is up in the air come Brexit - whether it comes to working or travelling rights, or simply if you should open a German bank account.

SEE ALSO: What you should know about the Brexit deal if you're British in Germany

We want to hear from our British readers: are you worried about Brexit, and if so, is there a particular question you'd like to know the answer to? Have you already taken steps to ensure you can continue your life in Germany, such as converting your UK driving licence or even becoming German? Are you simply waiting to find out the final deal?

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