Exclusive: EU migrants under age of 30 could be given 2-year visas to live and work in UK after Brexit


EU migrants who are under the age of 30 could be handed two-year visas that give them the right to live and work in the UK after Brexit under plans being considered by a Government-commissioned review.

The Migration Advisory Committee, an independent body, has been commissioned by ministers to review the economic costs and benefits of EU migration and examine potential border controls.

UK & EU flags 3c LLLLIn a call for evidence published yesterday the committee suggested that Britain could follow a similar approach to New Zealand, Australia and…

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