Britain ‘will aim for freedom of movement deal with Australia’

“The proposal, which would allow British citizens to live and work in Australia visa-free, and vice-versa, was part of ongoing trade talks, she said” writes Kate Proctor for Free movement between Australia and the UK would be explored by the government in “post-Brexit” business talks, Liz Truss, the international trade secretary, has announced.At a press conference with the Australian trade minister, Simon Birmingham, Truss was asked about a freedom of movement proposal.Yesterday, while on a trip to Australia, Truss told journalists in Canberra that securing a trade deal was an “absolute priority” after Britain left the EU. She believed an arrangement would take months rather than years to complete.

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