According to Sky News, UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has reportedly told to some EU ambassadors that he supports freedom of movement, despite current UK government's stance on Brexit. "He did say he was personally in favour of free movement, as it corresponds to his own beliefs. But he said it wasn't government policy", said one high-ranking diplomat.
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