BRITAIN TO OFFER FREE MOVEMENT TO IRISH

Prime Minister Theresa May is to offer free movement to Irish citizens in and out of Britain after the UK leaves the EU.News of the offer of a "Schengen area" between Britain and Ireland came as the Government prepares to publish...

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