A year ago, the UK government announced that it would be closing all its borders to migrants from the European Union, effectively ending all free movement of people.
It was a massive blow to those who wanted to settle here and to people who want to live and work here, but it was also a triumph for those who have been waiting to cross over.
For the first time in over a decade, we had a government that was prepared to make this happen.
But it has been difficult.
The Government says it has had to make some difficult decisions.
What do they mean?
The UK is a member of the European Economic Area (EEA) – a loose association of 28 member states – that is supposed to allow free movement in goods and services.
EU rules say member states can’t take any actions that would affect the free movement, including limiting the number of citizens allowed to enter the bloc.
The UK had to choose between keeping its borders open and letting people from the EU into the UK, and deciding to let in migrants from non-EU countries.
But the EU has refused to allow the UK to do either.
It has made it so that, as soon as the Brexit process is complete, Britain must be able to keep its borders.
The decision has also left a gaping hole in the UK economy.
Many migrants have been using British visas to stay in the country, and have been forced to pay thousands of pounds in fees and tax to the Government.
There is no money in the EU for these people to help them with their work or their taxes, and many are struggling to find work and have fallen into poverty.
The situation is particularly acute for the poorest people in the poorest parts of the country.
So what do the EU and the UK do?
As the Government has promised, it has offered some money for migrants to get into the country and to find jobs.
But there is a big problem with this.
The EU says that migrants should not be allowed to work in the “public sector”, the sector in which they normally work.
The reason is that this is the area where the poorest immigrants live, and the public sector is the most vulnerable.
It is also where migrants tend to be the most exploited.
But many migrants do work in these public sectors, so what they are doing is working in a very dangerous sector.
This is an area that is very difficult for migrants.
There are lots of different types of jobs in the public service, but in order to get a job in this area you need to pass a series of tests.
Some migrants will pass this test in a short time.
Others will not.
And some will fail, and be deported.
The problem is that, according to the EU, the majority of migrants are from non EU countries.
The majority of these people are not employed in the private sector and so the UK is not providing enough jobs to them.
The fact that migrants are allowed to live in the British public sector and do not need a job does not mean they are better off than the EU average.
There has been no increase in the number in employment for migrants in the past year, nor any increase in employment of people from non European countries.
If we take a look at the average unemployment rate of EU migrants in Britain, it is about 2.5 per cent.
If the EU wanted to increase the number, it could increase its minimum wage by a little over £3.70 per week.
This would have a huge effect on people living in poverty, and would also have a big effect on the number who can’t find work because of the cost of the minimum wage.
The British government says that the situation is improving, and that the Government is making progress on the migrant issue.
But what do they say about the effect that the Brexit deal will have on jobs and wages?
Well, the Government says that people who leave the UK should get a new visa if they want to work.
This might sound fair, but the Government seems to have no idea how to implement it.
For example, what happens if someone leaves the UK for a new job in another EU country?
They would be subject to an EU rule that says that they cannot work in any part of the EU until they apply for a job there.
In other words, they could be forced to go back to the UK.
The new migrants might not be able get a good job, and they could also lose their benefits.
If you are one of the migrants who is currently unemployed, you might have to start looking for a second job in order for you to find one.
It would be very difficult to find a decent job that pays decent wages.
And if you lose your job, you will lose your entitlement to the state pension, which you could lose as well.
And for those migrants who want a second work permit, they will have to wait until the next Brexit deal is in place to apply for it.
The jobless migrants who do find jobs might be able apply for some kind of job