Britain mulls tighter rules for foreign workers and students Home secretary Amber Rudd
Eastern Eye Staff
HOME secretary Amber Rudd has said that Britain might make it harder for foreign workers and students to move to the country under a new drive to cut immigration, drawing condemnation from employer groups who accused it of threatening the economy at a crucial time. Prime Minister Theresa May has said the June 23 vote to leave the European Union was a sign that immigration was too high, and on Tuesday (4), Rudd set out plans to review whether it should be harder for companies to recruit workers from outside the EU. “I want us to look again at whether…
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