Except for time-limited restrictions applied only to new joiners, what are those?(Original post by CherishFreedom)
Then you are talking about a rather specific issue, because no free trade agreements are entirely 'free'. Even between EU countries, there are still some restrictions which are designed to secure local employment.
I'd also like to see where the P4 says they'd reject all deals, rather than just those deals which don't continue permitting free movement of labour.
Also, the phrase 'free trade agreement' is very rarely used. Nobody worth listening to, for instance, has called the EU-Canada deal a 'free trade agreement' to my knowledge.
From GCSE to A level, it's all changing