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Two-thirds of British voters think EU nationals should not have free movement

British social attitudes survey reveals a nation that is still divided on the impact of Brexit

Two-thirds of voters believe that EU nationals should have to apply to come to Britain rather than enjoy free movement, a new survey has shown.

The latest in annual surveys of British attitudes to politics by the National Centre for Social Research found widespread support for ending freedom of movement once the transition period is over.

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