After Brexit: Could bilateral agreements facilitate the free movement of persons?

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Some of the millions of EU nationals in the UK and British nationals in the EU are already suffering from Brexit’s drastic curtailment of the right to free movement. How can migration now be governed and facilitated between the two parties? Various bilateral free movement agreements across Europe show that their use is not only legal but also habitual.  Diego Acosta discusses the use of Bilateral agreements as alternatives.

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