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New look

After a grand total of 50 votes, 74% of which were in favour of the new look, the new look is duly adopted. The four of you who hate the new look so much you plan to set up yet further ‘free movement’ immigration blog and update sites, good riddance. May you rest in the boring little corner of hell reserved for plagarists and John O.

More seriously, I hope you like the changes and thank you for reading. You are not alone, it turns out: there are over 600 email subscribers to the blog, 236 Twitter followers and rarely less than 1000 unique readers per week day.

You will no doubt notice that, along with the cosmetic changes, the blog now has a very slight commercial element to it, promoting the immigration team at Renaissance Chambers and also opening the possibility of guest or sponsored posts by other contributors, possibly on a commercial basis. If you are interested in contributing guest posts, have a look at the relevant page and get in touch.

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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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