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Theresa May's post-Brexit immigration policy plans are up against 4 major problems

Britain's prime minister Theresa May strongly implied at the recent Conservative party conference that she intends to end freedom of movement after Brexit — a policy which allows EU citizens to live and work in the UK without having to apply for a visa. The details of a post-Brexit immigration policy are not yet clear, but ministers have said that they will cut immigration to the "tens of thousands" ( total net migration in the year ending March 2016 was 327,000 ) and focus on reducing the number of unskilled workers coming to the country.
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