Jonathan Portes, 25 June 2021

The tide on public sentiment towards immigration in the UK – and economists’ views on Brexit’s economic impact – may be turning. This column discusses the UK’s post-Brexit migration system introduced in January 2021. It argues that the new system, while ending free movement with the EU and hence being far more restrictive for EU citizens moving to the UK for work, is considerably less restrictive.

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