One of the UK’s leading free-market think tanks and lobbying groups, the Adam Smith Institute, has expressed support for CANZUK International’s proposals for free movement of citizens between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
The group has openly advocated, as part of its policy priorities for 2018, for the expansion of migration from CANZUK countries ahead of the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union.
“We will advocate…expanding migration from CANZUK nations and streamlining non-EU migration by investigating visa auctions to ensure market demand (and not central planning) determines who comes to the UK”, the group published.
Staff from the institute, including Head of Communications, Matt Kilcoyne, have also advocated the adoption of free movement between the four CANZUK countries as an opportunity for young people, while videos publicizing our recent polling results have been produced for social media (explaining significant support for CANZUK free movement in each of the four countries).
The institute’s backing for CANZUK free movement comes as increasing support has been received from senior politicians in recent weeks, including Leader of the Opposition in New Zealand, Simon Bridges MP, British Member of Parliament, Bob Seely MP, and British Member of the European Parliament, Emma McClarkin MEP (among others).
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