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'We feel unwelcome': Italian man recovering from COVID-19 faces deportation from UK

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Dante Bulanti faces deportation from the UK because he missed the EU settlement scheme deadline -- despite still receiving treatment for a COVID-19-related illness.

Added on the 31/05/2022 22:49:37 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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