The British government will change migration laws after Brexit to create a fair migration system, Britain’s queen Elizabeth II has said.
On Monday, the Queen made a speech at the official opening ceremony of the new session of Parliament, in which she set the government’s priorities for the coming year. This session of parliament promises to be historic: it must finally, more than three years after the referendum, decide the fate of Brexit.
“My government will introduce new migration legislation that will lay the groundwork for a fair, modern and global migration system,” the monarch said.
She said the government would deliver on promises to create an environment where EU citizens could live freely in Britain.
Earlier, Prime Ministers Theresa May and Boris Johnson announced their intention to tighten migration laws.