Boris Johnson and Liam Fox ‘out of loop’ on EU migrants as Cabinet rift deepens — “No consensus on what Brexit will look like.”

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Boris Johnson and Liam Fox appear to have been “kept in the dark” about an announcement that European Union citizens will be allowed to continue to come to the UK after Brexit, amid a growing Cabinet row.

Last week, Amber Rudd, the Home Secretary, unveiled plans that suggest the existing immigration regime will remain largely unchanged during a transitional period of up to three years after Brexit.

Philip Hammond, the Chancellor, subsequently said on Friday that there would be a “business as usual” period before new rules on migration and trade were gradually introduced.

Ms Rudd and Mr Hammond, who both backed the Remain campaign during the EU referendum, made the announcements while Dr Fox and Mr Johnson, leading figures in the Leave campaign, were abroad.

In an interview, Dr Fox, the International Trade Secretary, denied that the Cabinet had reached a consensus that unregulated free movement…

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2 Responses to “Boris Johnson and Liam Fox ‘out of loop’ on EU migrants as Cabinet rift deepens — “No consensus on what Brexit will look like.””

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