Will UK keep free movement?

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    Will UK keep free movement?
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    Nope, at least not in its present form. There will have no be at least some control introduced.

    Then again, free movement has gone beyond what the treaties envisaged, which was free movement of workers - not just any old **** sauntering across Europe for a jolly.
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    I hope not. It should be the privileged few who set foot on these shores.

    Yet there is that part of me that thinks "**** it" let them all in and let's have a party.
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    No. You'd have to accept free movement and that's not a viable option.
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    Unknown. They are going to try and cherry pick so they get all the best bits and dont have to have free movement. I dont think the EU are willing to do that because it creates bigger problems within the EU. By leaving the UK shouldn't be in a better position for operaing within the EU than other members.

    Theres a chance no agreement will be reached on free movement as neither side will give way so it will be hard brexit and some modest trade agreement.
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    Doesn't look like it. Unfortunately, our country is full of ignorant, xenophobic bigots.
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    I hope NOT!!
 
 
 
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