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'The link to Brexit seems clear, ' said Ostatistics.

The number is expected to be considerably greater next year as most Britons applying for a German passport did so only after the referendum and most applications take from six months to a year to process, the Guardian reported on Tuesday. In all, 110,383 people were given German citizenship previous year, a 2.9% increase.

In the event of a so-called "Hard Brexit" scenario, in which Britain leaves the European Union as well as its single market, British citizens are likely to lose their right to live and work across the 27 member states of the European Union.

Britain's ruling Conservative party unexpectedly lost its parliamentary majority last week, weakening Prime Minister Theresa May just days before negotiations over the UK's departure from the European Union start.

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In total, 110,400 individuals were naturalized as German citizens in 2016, a year on year increase of 2.9 percent.

At 16,290, Turkish citizens remained the largest group seeking a Germany passport, although applications dropped by almost 17 percent.

Following the popular referendum in the country to separate from the European Union, many United Kingdom citizens are taking steps to become German nationals, according to a new report from Deutsche Welle. Poles came in second at 6,632, a 11 percent increase compared to 2015.

Davis said the government had looked at contingency plans for walking away without a deal and it was an important option in order to get the best deal for Britain.

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