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Giving evidence to the External Affairs Committee

May 14th 2019

We were very pleased to contribute our views on “Life after free movement” to the Assembly’s inquiry into migration policy after Brexit on Monday 13th May.

Appearing alongside expert witnesses Dr Madelaine Sumption from Oxford University and Marley Morris from IPPR, Victoria Winckler stressed the importance of decisions on who can live, work and study in Wales contributing to a prosperous, fair and sustainable future. She argued that this could mean Welsh work permits, higher education visas and more flexible family rights.
You can watch the Committee’s evidence here.
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