Home Affairs Committee Post-Brexit migration policy inquiry

View the consultation here and here.

Read the EPC’s response here.

Summary

This call for evidence ran from June to July 2018. This third strand of the Home Affairs Committee’s work on migration considers the options for the UK’s post-Brexit immigration system and the balance to be struck in the future UK-EU economic relationship between market access and control over migration.

Related documents

Ordered to be published on 10 July 2018. Available here.

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