UK - Free trade and controlling free movement post-Brexit

Countries United Kingdom
Content Type Insights
Subjects Brexit

James Davies
Partner at Lewis Silkin LLP

The Brexit rollercoaster continues to rattle along as we hurtle towards 29 March 2019, the projected date for the UK to leave the EU.

This new report by James Davies and Natasha Hotson of Ius Laboris UK Lewis Silkin follows up on their first in-depth analysis of Brexit (published in January 2017), asking whether the fog has lifted at all in the meantime. Is the UK’s future relationship with the EU any clearer? What might the implications be for free movement of people and for the UK’s immigration policy more generally?

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