Former UN secretary General Kofi Annan has argued in favour of EU freedom of movement, saying:
‘Without freedom of movement, it is very difficult for individuals to live their lives to the fullest and live their dreams. To live is to choose, life is choices, and that often entails movement’.
‘Movement in search of one’s dreams, movement in search of something meaningful to do, movement in running away from persecution. It is absolutely essential’.
‘Brexit is turning out to be much more complicated than those who advocated it thought’.
‘It’s a shame because Britain has gained a lot from the EU’.
‘In the end, I hope we will not be hearing a repeat of such phrases as ‘taking back our boundaries’.
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