Free movement will end in 2019, but its short-term replacement will not look too different

28 Jul 2017 10:24 AM

Open Europe's Aarti Shankar argues that the Home Secretary's explanation of a phased approach to post-Brexit immigration policy is an important consequence of the government's new consensus in favour of a transitional period.

The clearest picture of how the government intends to manage migration from the EU is set out in Amber Rudd’s commissioning letter to the chair of the Migration Advisory Council. In this, she lays out a three-phased approach.

Full article on Open Europe’s website