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Beating the Brexit deadlock: squaring free trade with immigration controls

01 August 2017

James Davies and Natasha Hotson have written an article for International Law Office which discusses the UK's position on immigration controls in current Brexit negotiations and possible framework options to maintain free movement of persons.

You can read the full article here.

 

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