People in large numbers are supporting a Commonwealth “migration bloc” that will permit the individuals from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the UK to reside and work in each other country and that too visa free.
A large number of people from New Zealand are supporting the proposal with 82%, 75% Canadians, 70% Australians and 58% people from Britain are supporting this idea. 90% of the people in New Zealand who are supporting this idea aged between 18-35 years.
In the year 2013, London Mayor’s Boris Johnson plan permitted for free labor migration between the UK and Australia. In a measure to reconsider how they engage with the people of Commonwealth.
According to David Howell, Royal Commonwealth Society, President, we require welcoming our friends, when they visit us. The flow and interchange of the talented individuals between the countries would be very important.
The free labor zone will offer a modern take on the legacy of the Commonwealth. The support for this plan is consistent in New Zealand. As of last year, around 67,000 Kiwis are residing in the UK and around 2,65,000 British citizens were residing in New Zealand.