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UK trade boss denies free- movement deal as Cabinet rift widens

Continuing free movement after 2019 would "not keep faith" with voters' decision, says Liam Fox

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Any transitional arrangement "has to be an agreement by the Cabinet," Mr Fox said. "It can't just be made by an individual or any group within the Cabinet."

London

UK Trade Secretary Liam Fox dismissed claims that British ministers have agreed to allow the free movement of people for as long as three years after leaving the European Union, exposing fresh rifts in the government's Brexit strategy.

Continuing free movement after 2019

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