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14 Jun 2017

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This project will examine the implications of Brexit for the current arrangements for free movement of workers within the EU; and the resulting economic (and political) implications for the UK. It will focus on: options for a new post-Brexit immigration system; legal and administrative implications; economic and labour market impacts; and interaction with other aspects of Brexit – in particular trade in services.

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