New British PM suggests there’s no reason why common travel area between North and Republic cannot remain

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The British Prime Minister Theresa May has suggested there's no reason why the common travel area between Northern Ireland and the Republic should end after the UK leaves the EU.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny met with the Prime Minister in Downing Street earlier this afternoon to discuss the relationship between the two countries.

Mrs May says both the Irish and British governments are willing to find a mutually beneficial agreement on free movement: