Ed Conway

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Of all the principles in European politics, few are held with more religious fervour than the freedom of movement. It is, after all, one of the “four freedoms” that have underpinned the EU since its earliest days — along with the freedom of goods, of capital and of services. In hindsight, we should hardly be surprised that David Cameron’s efforts to negotiate an exception for Britain were thwarted.

But here’s a thought: what if this golden rule — that EU citizens should be allowed to move across the continent at will — was flawed, and had been weakening the project for years?…  Seguir leyendo »