How will Brexit affect migration to the UK? The speakers will consider both immigration from inside and outside the EU after Brexit. They will challenge the assumption that Brexit necessarily means more control over migration from outside the EU whilst also discussing possible regulatory and legal scenarios for post-Brexit migration rules, and the complexities that any new settlement with the EU (and particularly the Irish border question) brings with it.
Floris de Witte is Associate Professor of Law at the Department of Law, LSE.
Natascha Zaun is Assistant Professor in Migration Studies at the European Institute, LSE.
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