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Volume: 16 Issue: 3
(March 2018)

Keywords:
potential impact changes freedom movement rules sport uk post-brexit 31 january 2018 uk parliament launched inquiry entitled ‘brexit movement

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The potential impact of changes to freedom of movement rules on sport in the UK post-Brexit

On 31 January 2018, the UK Parliament launched an inquiry entitled ‘Brexit: movement of people in the fields of sport and culture’ (the ‘Inquiry’), aimed at examining the possible future arrangements for the movement of people between the UK and EU in the fields of sports and culture post-Brexit, and the possible impact of these arrangements1. In this article, Tiran Gunawardena, Associate at Mills & Reeve LLP, looks at how EU freedom of movement provisions (‘FoM’) currently benefit sport in the UK, and highlights how changes to FoM could impact the industry.

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