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27-7-2017 7:52 am  #1


UK-EU freedom of movement 'to end in March 2019

Looks like September 2018 things start to end, and March 2019 things end end.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-40734504

 

15-8-2017 8:29 am  #2


Re: UK-EU freedom of movement 'to end in March 2019

Reading regular news updates could make you question your sanity. You could be adamantly debating a point of news in a bar only to find you are out of order because there has been an about turn in the space of a couple of days.

I'm sure Fox and Hammond stated at the weekend there would be no customs union after Brexit. Now I see comments from David Davies stating that there needs to be a temporary customs union or even a borderless customs union to stop our borders from coming to a standstill. But if the UK is part of a customs union it cannot negotiate trade deals outside of the EU.

From a purely selfish point of view a customs union should allow us to continue buying abroad as we do now. However with the pound exchange rates at about 1.08 (as predicted) what will be the advantages in future?


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