Brexit News Archive: 30 Jul 2017

British government divided on free movement after Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - Allowing free movement of people after Britain leaves the European Union would not "keep faith" with the Brexit vote, the international trade secretary said, underling divisions in the government over the issue.
Reuters   |   Sun, 30 Jul 2017 11:26:41

Fox says free movement post-Brexit defies vote result

International trade secretary says cabinet is not agreed on nature of transition deal
FT   |   Sun, 30 Jul 2017 11:15:57

Liam Fox: No cabinet agreement on post-Brexit free movement

Such decisions 'can't just be made by an individual,' UK international trade secretary says.
Janosch Delcker / Politico   |   Sun, 30 Jul 2017 09:18:18

Liam Fox Denies There Has Been A Cabinet Deal On Freedom Of Movement After Brexit

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has insisted the Cabinet has not agreed a deal to allow free movement of labour for three years after Brexit. Fox said that any such move would "not keep faith" with the referendum result, t he Press Association reports . He told The Sunday Times ...
Sarah Ann Harris / Huffington Post   |   Sun, 30 Jul 2017 09:04:18

Liam Fox: No Cabinet deal for free movement after Brexit

Telegraph Reporters / Telegraph   |   Sun, 30 Jul 2017 07:47:27

Brexit: Fox holds firm on opposing free movement

Liam Fox says he has "not been party" to any cabinet talks on a Brexit arrangement.
BBC   |   Sun, 30 Jul 2017 04:26:36

Liam Fox denies cabinet deal on free movement for three years after Brexit

Press Association / Telegraph   |   Sun, 30 Jul 2017 01:40:47

Cabinet rift over free movement post-Brexit

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has caused a fresh Cabinet rift over Brexit by dismissing claims a consensus had been reached on free movement of people.
Sky   |   Sun, 30 Jul 2017 01:25:00

Finally, A Sensible Brexit Policy, Britain Takes Back Control Of Fishing Grounds

The attitude towards the CFP has always been for me an indicator of whether Britain was going to be sensible about Brexit. It's such an obviously bad system that we should kill it, it looks like we are, so Britain is being sensible about Brexit.
Tim Worstall, Contributor / Forbes   |   Sun, 2 Jul 2017 09:21:00

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