A charity has urged anyone with concerns over their rights or who has experienced discrimination over Brexit to seek its advice.
Citizens Advice Maidenhead and Windsor has stressed there will be no immediate change to consumer rights, employment law or immigration rules after Britain voted to leave the EU.
Information provided by Citizens Advice about how Brexit might affect people was viewed more than 65,000 times in the week following the referendum, reaching 230,000 people on Facebook and 232,000 on Twitter.
Immigration was the top searched term from people searching for online help from Citizens Advice.
Christine O’Hare, chief executive at Citizens Advice Maidenhead and Windsor said: “For some people it is as significant as what country they can call home.
“For others it is about their rights at work or personal finances.”
Visit www.maidenheadcab.org.uk for more information.
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