30, 2019, when free movement will have ended, if an EU citizen presents himself at our borders?”
Her reply? “It is an important principle, as has been set out repeatedly, that we wish to be an outward-looking trading nation post-Brexit.”
For the benefit of the discourteous Ms Nokes, there are just over four months to go until Brexit – and EU citizens here, and employers trying to recruit staff, deserve better than her policy mess when the deeply-moving tributes to the First World War fallen have shown a desire for Britain’s future relations with Europe to be peaceful and respectful.
WHAT HAS Yorkshire done to so offend the Government that it has left this region at the mercy of three Ministers who don’t appear to give a damn?
First James Brokenshire. The Housing Secretary’s refusal to consider the One Yorkshire devolution blueprint is made even more galling by the fact that he’s still to visit this county to meet local leaders over six months after his appointment.