The number of UK nationals getting citizenship of another EU country doubled between 2015 and 2016.
Around 1.3 million British-born people live in other EU countries, according to United Nations figures.
Net migration from other EU countries isn't the only reason the government hasn't met its net migration target.
Accusations of "completely untrue" claims on the membership fee, Turkey joining the EU, and an EU army aren't completely true.
If the UK votes to leave the European Union, what happens to its citizens in EU countries, and EU citizens in the UK, will be a matter for negotiation.
The government can't guarantee meeting its net migration target if the UK remains in the EU, it depends on EU citizens choosing not to come to the UK.
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