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In the really very small world of UK immigration websites, someone has seen fit to set up another one called Free Movement. I’ve tried politely getting in touch but have received no response. It seems that there has been some sort of bust up at NCADC and the legendary John O is no longer based there. Instead, he has set up a website at www.freemovement.org.uk.

So, freemovement.org.uk is nothing to do with me or with this Free Movement. Why on earth another name could not have been chosen I really don’t know, but there we go.

As this post is already a tad introverted, I’ll use it as a chance to say that when I changed the theme of this site a few months ago I had to lose the public stats counter in the process. We still haven’t quite reached the half million count (currently 482,445) but there are around 1,000 unique users per day and there are now over 300 email subscribers. I’m sorry that I haven’t been able to post on various interesting developments of late, but work has been rather busy and I haven’t had many long train journeys either!

UPDATE: I found the stat counter again, it was just misplaced

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The Free Movement blog was founded in 2007 by Colin Yeo, a barrister at Garden Court Chambers specialising in immigration law. The blog provides updates and commentary on immigration and asylum law by a variety of authors.


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