UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Britain said on Monday it would end EU traffic rules once it withdraws from the bloc on October 31, but Prime Minister Boris Johnson said his country would not take an anti-immigration stance.
The British government under former Prime Minister Theresa May only said that Britain would end freedom of movement “as soon as possible” if London leaves the EU without a transitional agreement.
Johnson, who took office last month, promised to leave Britain from the EU with or without agreement on October 31.
“Freedom of movement as it stands will end on October 31, when the UK leaves the EU and after exiting the government will introduce a new, more equitable immigration system that gives priority to skills and what people can offer to the UK rather than relying on where they are,” a Home Office spokesman said in a statement. They came from him. ”
Johnson’s spokeswoman said other details of changes to freedom of movement were being worked out and would be introduced soon, but would include stricter procedures to verify the criminal record.
“What we are going to do is leave the European Union, and that means that all of these authorities will go to the UK,” Johnson told BBC Radio Cornwall.
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