BREXIT negotiator Guy Verhofstadt has delivered a furious ultimatum to Britain urging them to âdeliver on their promiseâ over the free movement of EU citizens.
Lord Green of Deddington, MigrationWatch boss, has called on the Government to introduce work permits for highly-skilled workers from the European Union after Brexit.
Two countries have already told the UK that it must relax immigration rules if it wants a free trade deal after Brexit. Australia’s high commissioner to the UK, Alexander Downer, has echoed…
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British government wants to impose immigration restrictions on ‘every sector and every skill level.’
Businesses could be hit with annual £1,000 charge for every skilled EU migrant they bring in after Brexit
Businesses could be hit with a £1,000 annual charge for every skilled EU worker they employ after Britain leaves the European Union, a minister has said.
The UK was definitely getting the better end of the deal in this whole EU migration thing.
Greater control of immigration is more important for Britons than access to free trade with the European Union during negotiations for the UK’s departure from the bloc.