Freedom of movement could push the European Union towards a break-up if it remains unchecked, Czech Foreign Minister Lubomír Zaorálek was quoted as saying on Monday, citing the example of Britain’s pending divorce from the bloc. The Czech Republic has been a strong defender of the EU’s fundamental freedoms, including the right of citizens to live and work in other member states. But speaking to Hospodářské noviny, Zaorálek hinted that curbs on freedom of movement might be needed to bolster support for the EU.