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A 'Remain' Tory Lord believes a 'Goldilocks' solution to Brexit is stopping the freedom of movement

Former foreign secretary William Hague thinks he has come up with a "Goldilocks" solution for Brexit: not too hard on the economy, not too soft on immigration, but just right on both. Writing in The Telegraph on Tuesday, the Conservative peer, who campaigned on he "Remain" side in the EU referendum, says he believes Britain should introduce work permits in place of the Freedom of Movement Act, which comes with being a European Union member and means any EU citizen can enter the country.
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