Theresa May insists freedom of movement will not continue ‘as it is now’ after Brexit
|07/31/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- The prime minister insists that free movement of people will end in 2019.
- Theresa May’s spokesman slaps down suggestions from Hammond that current rules could continue after Brexit.
- Chancellor had insisted that “literally nobody”wants a dramatic drop in immigration.
- Comments sparked Cabinet row with Liam Fox who Hammond’s allies accused of “living in fantasy land”.
LONDON — The free movement of people from the EU into Britain will not continue during any Brexit transition period, Downing Street has insisted.
The prime minister’s intervention comes amidst a growing Cabinet row over the future of Britain’s immigration system.
The row was sparked after Philip Hammond said on Friday read more >>>