Britain is considering allowing European Union citizens to travel freely to the country even after Brexit as Prime Minister Theresa May’s government draws up plans to manage immigration from the bloc.
EU nationals would be free to visit the U.K., but working, studying or settling there would require them to secure permission, a U.K. official said on condition of anonymity because the plans are still being worked on.
The Times reported late Wednesday that EU nationals would be able to live in the U.K. after Brexit, but a permits system would limit the number of them allowed to work. The Home Office said plans have yet to be finalized and will be published “within weeks.”
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