Labour promises ‘managed migration’ from EU after Brexit

Emily Thornberry says there would be fair rules for EU nationals not already in UK

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A Labour government would introduce “managed migration” for EU nationals in the event Brexit happens, the shadow foreign secretary, Emily Thornberry, has said as the party continues to debate what immigration policy to offer at the election.

Senior Labour figures are expected to meet on Monday to discuss the policy, although a final decision will not be made until next weekend, with some pushing for ideas including a rejection of income-based entry, and the maintenance of free movement to and from the EU.

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Author: Peter Walker Political correspondent | Source

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