March 6

A bill to end free movement


The Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill was published yesterday, to end the free movement of people which is at the heart of EU law.  

Once the transition period ends, on  31 December 2020, EU citizens and their family members will be subject to UK immigration law and will need to meet the requirements of the Immigration Rules before they can work or study in the UK.  

Irish citizens will continue to be able to move freely to the UK, as their rights are enshrined in a bilateral agreement from the 1920s.  


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