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It's still your move

Created: Tuesday, 03 September 2019 Written by Katherine O`Neill

The latest is that the government has been forced to scrap plans for a law that would’ve ended the freedom of movement - a heavily criticised proposal by the home secretary, Priti Patel. The new law would’ve seen freedom of movement end at the stroke of midnight on 31st October in the event of a no-deal Breit. 

As it stands now, the free movement of EU citizens does not end automatically as a result of a no-deal Brexit.

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Image: Home Secretary Priti Patel from The Guardian

UPDATE: In other encouraging news, the Eurpoean Parliament voted in support of UK airlines still being able to fly to and from the UK to EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Read more here: Travel Weekly

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