The UK should accept EU regulations even if the UK does not get a vote, Labour has said.
Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer also said Brexit does not automatically herald the end of free movement of people, agreeing his party prefers “easy movement”.
He has said his party would continue some payments into the EU and would stay close to single market regulations - referred to as a Norway-style deal - before adding: “We do not want to deregulate.”
Asked about how a new migration deal would work on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show, Starmer said: “The end of free movement does not mean no movement.
Of course we would want people from the EU to come and work here.
“We would want people who are here to go and work in the EU.