I learned that the Finnish PM has told British citizens living here to register with the immigration authority, Migri. Which is fine, except I tried that already.
After this amount of time here, I'm entitled to permanent residence, but because I'm an EU citizen who's been here this long I'm also entitled to permanent residence, therefore I can't have a permanent residence card because EU-citizen permanent residents don't need one.
My colleague, a German citizen, has one.
They have no idea whether I'll still be entitled to permanent residence after Brexit, despite having just told me that being here for 7 years would more than qualify me regardless of EU citizenship.
They have no idea because nobody, from the PM on down, has told them anything.
I'm supposed to go to Israel for work two weeks after the current Brexit deadline. Assuming I'm even allowed to fly home, I may have to claim asylum to get back into the country.
Meanwhile, Estonia's already decided unilaterally that UK citizens who have lived there long enough will get permanent residence. Job done.
Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast:
For it is the number of a man; and its number is One hundred threescore and twelve.