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Downing Street has quashed suggestions that EU citizens will still be able to come to Britain to live and work after Brexit takes effect in March 2019.
A spokesman for Theresa May, the UK Prime Minister, said that the principle of free movement — one of the guiding pillars of the EU — would end when the UK leaves.
There had been suggestions that the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, favored a post-Brexit transition period during which immigration would remain broadly the same as before.
“The Prime Minister’s position on an implementation period is very clear and well-known,” said a spokesman for the Prime Minister in a press briefing.
“Free movement will end in March 2019. We have published proposals on citizens’ rights, ” he said.
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