The Czech community in Leeds estimates that there are up to 15,000 Czech citizens living in the UK who will not be able to apply for a residence permit after Brexit.

https://www.radio.cz/en/section/curraffrs/czechs-and-brexit-britain-part-1-caught-up-in-the-mess?fbclid=IwAR39mpU3l21zj2ZllCzxa6GTB1RfsmtKR_Var0CGXs793F7joFOJ7vwgQdA

https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ivysilani/1097181328-udalosti/220411000100207/obsah/749178-cesi-v-britanii-po-brexitu

The Czech Republic can expect 15,000 of its citizens, mostly from the Roma community. The question is whether the government has accommodation, places in schools and an increase in social payments at the time of their integration. And is it even possible to succeed with their integration?
There is no need to seek an answer, especially when the government has been trying in vain for years to integrate members of the Roma community living in the country.