Guy Hands’ View

28 February 2017

Channel Island immigration policies offer contrasting visions of post-Brexit Britain

With the Commons vote won and Article 50 set to be triggered, attention is now turning to the hard negotiations ahead and their impact on future prosperity.

The favoured answer when free movement from the EU ends appears to be tightly controlled schemes which limit foreign workers to short periods in the UK. But any minister who wants to see the wider economic impact of such policies need look no further than Jersey and Guernsey.

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