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Consultation response: changes to freedom of movement after Brexit

August 4th 2019

The UK Government is planning radical changes to the ability of EU citizens to live, work and study in Wales.  The Bevan Foundation was pleased to submit written evidence to the Assembly’s External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee inquiry into the impact on Wales.

This short paper is the Bevan Foundation’s submission to the Committee’s inquiry.

Format: PDF
Language: English
Pages: 5
Cost: Free

 

 

 

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