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British residents in Spain and other EU countries say they are far from reassured by the draft Brexit deal that the prime minister took back from Brussels on Wednesday. British in Europe, an umbrella group representing associations of Britons resident in the EU, has described feelings of “disappointment” and “anger” at the 585-page draft document. “Critical” rights such as free movement “have been excluded” said the organisation. The document, which by Thursday had already led to top-level resignations and calls for a vote of no confidence in Theresa May, has received a more positive response from Gibraltar. The proposed deal poses no sovereignty issues for the Rock, said chief minister Fabian Picardo on Thursday, who added that the alternative of “no deal” would be “very bad indeed” for Gibraltar.