Anti-Brexit campaigners, Borders Against Brexit protest outside Irish Government buildings in Dublin, Ireland April 25, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne/File Photo
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The British government appeared divided Sunday over Brexit, with International Trade Secretary Liam Fox clashing with finance minister Philip Hammond over free movement of labour once the U.K. leaves the EU.Fox said the cabinet had not agreed a deal on immigration once Britain is out of the European Union in March 2019 . With Prime Minister Theresa May out of the country on holiday, Hammond said Friday that there was "broad acceptance" in cabinet of a post-Brexit transitional period, extending current freedom of movement arrangements for up to three years. David Jones, a former junior minister in the Brexit department, branded Hammond's transition plans "deeply dangerous".
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