Can a Norwegian citizen bring their non-EEA spouse to live in Britain, without the spouse needing a visa that has an earnings requirement, or any other visa, just as a Polish citizen can but a British citizen can't?
I know that
if a British citizen marries a non-EEA citizen (e.g. Algerian), the spouse can come and live in Britain only if they apply for a visa that is subject to an earnings requirement
if a non-British EU citizen does the same, the spouse can come and live in Britain without needing a visa that is subject to an earnings requirement
the British government is therefore discriminating against its own citizens.
My question is:
what is the position when the person with the non-EEA spouse is a citizen of an EEA member, such as Norway, but not a citizen of the EU?