Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah

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In early 2004, a few weeks into my job as a migration researcher at a progressive thinktank, I found myself in the midst of the debate about whether to allow free movement to the UK for citizens of the EU’s new member states. At the time, most people thought this was a minor technocratic decision on the timing of free movement; few would have imagined the decision would have such a dramatic impact on the flows of people, or the question of whether Britain remains in Europe.

I argued that there were sensible public policy reasons for embracing the EU in this way.…  Seguir leyendo »