Government’s migration advisory committee says UK should adopt Canada-style system

Free movement from the European Union should end after Brexit and the UK should embrace a Canada-style system in which there is no preferential access to the labour market for EU or the citizens of any other country, according to the government’s migration advisory committee (MAC).

The report, which is intended to advise ministers on how to proceed after Brexit, concedes it may not be possible to achieve country-neutral system because the UK may not have an entirely free hand in determining migration policy after the UK leaves because the final policy will be subject to exit negotiations with the EU.

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