If you think back to the day that D Cameron pleaded with the EU to give ( even an illusion ) of control over the ‘free movement of people aspect’ that he could take back and wave in the face of his own Brexiteer party members. You’ll remember the EU gave him nothing but a humiliating lecture. Hence the 2016 referendum result.
Now after four years of pointless grief and bei ...[text shortened]... rakes on freedom of movement could’ve been handled with a little less arrogance and utter stupidity.
As you can see in Europe at the moment, EU countries are free to close their borders if they so wish.
The UK always maintained passport controls.
I have no idea what you’re on about.
The freedom of movement arrangement is in basis the agreement that workers cannot be discriminated against within the EU.
No work = no freedom of movement.
The new deal means there are no tariffs, but there is no freedom of movement of goods.
People can still apply for jobs. And businesses can still attempt to get contracts in each other’s domains (exactly as it is now).