'Reasonable' price for single market
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Brexit: Free movement to work 'perfectly reasonable'

First Minister Carwyn Jones has said he thinks people would accept free movement to work as a "perfectly reasonable" price to stay in the European single market.

His comments came after Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood claimed UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn risked helping the case for a hard Brexit if he did not back freedom of movement as a priority.

Tackled on the issue in First Minister's Questions, Mr Jones was not asked about his party leader's stance.

But he spoke about his visit to non-EU Norway, which accepted freedom of movement to work in return for single market membership.

  • 10 Jan 2017
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