In particular it urged the government to prioritise labour mobility in the upcoming Immigration Bill, saying the Prime Minister must ensure immigration remains a cross-departmental subject with input from the Department for International Trade. The research, conducted by anti-Brexit group Best for Britain, also said that 36 percent reject the idea of a second referendum - a good eight points behind.
Business will be hit by greater costs rather than benefits if Brexit leads to the United Kingdom moving away from European Union rules and regulations, an industry group has warned.
"The only democratic way to finish this process is to make sure the people of this country - not MPs across Europe- have the final say, giving them an informed choice on the two options available to them: the deal the government brings back and our current terms".
Nearly half the respondents* (48 per cent) say this is the aspect of the UK's exit from the EU that would cause them the most concern if not agreed during 2018; while a quarter (25 per cent) highlight regulation and regulatory equivalence, and one in ten (10 per cent) mention worries about a UK-EU trade deal.
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It was unclear how many people acquired the new passports after the United Kingdom voted to leave the bloc.
British businesses overwhelmingly want to stick to European rules after Brexit, according to the most detailed sector-by-sector analysis of what companies need the United Kingdom to fight for in negotiations.
"As the United Kingdom prepares to develop its own independent trade policy after its departure from the European Union, the government must learn from global best practice and swiftly establish a detailed, meaningful and permanent dialogue with business and civil society that informs and supports future United Kingdom trade deals". But he hoped that schools would find it "a useful place to visit".
The parliament must sign off on the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement which, all going right, should be cleared by an EU leaders' summit in Brussels on October 19 next.