uk prime minister theresa may says european union citizens arriving in britain during its post-brexit transition period should not be afforded the same rights as those who arrived earlier.the embattled premier appears set for a clash with eu negotiators after telling reporters on a trip to china that `there is a difference between those who came prior to us leaving and those who will come when they know the uk is leaving.`she added that the status of such eu citizens would be `a matter for negotiation` when britain meets with eu officials again in march to set the terms of the transition period, which is expected to last around two years after britain officially exits the bloc in march 2019.brussels on monday warned london that `citizens' rights during the transition are not negotiable.`the european parliament's chief brexit negotiator guy verhofstadt said that `for the transition to work` there could not be `two sets of rights for eu citizens.`that would mean the continuation of free movement and citizens' rights for eu nationals residing in the uk during the brexit transition, an arrangement that would cause anger among pro-brexit lawmakers and ministers within may's conservative party.presstv-eu warns uk it can have no say after brexitthe european union has warned britain that it cannot expect to have a say in eu decision-making once it departs from the bloc.deputy brexit secretary robin walker on thursday insisted that britain would not accept such an agreem...