In this book we have argued that migration patterns and policies in the EU cannot be understood without accounting for people moving between EU states and those moving from outside the EU. Free movement within the EU is one of the most visible and widely supported aspects of European integration. In 2018, Eurobarometer survey data showed 82 per cent of respondents across the EU to favour ‘the free movement of citizens who can live, work, study and do business anywhere in the EU’. While the principle is widely supported, the practical effects can be more controversial.
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