Brexit deal to include years of free movement

Brexit deal to include years of free movement

The British cabinet has conceded to free movement of people for up to four years after Brexit, a senior source has reportedly said.

The same source also told The Guardian that the ministers aimed to secure a deal as quickly as possible to provide certainty to British business. 

The uncertainties surrounding Brexit has already contributed to a sharp drop in new business reviews for the ad industry.

The report by AAR new business pulse report released yesterday showed that advertising appointments were down 3.2% driven by a drop in digital that saw the number of appointments at less than half that of 1H2016. 

AAR chief executive Kerry Glazer said the figures reflect a fluctuating market due to a second quarter that was disrupted by a late Easter and the run-up to the election, which reignited concerns about Brexit negotiations.

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