Dr Nik Kotecha backs visas for migrants who can benefit UK economy


The chief executive of a top pharmaceutical firm has spoken about travelling to India as part of prime minister Theresa May’s first trade trip. Dr Nik Kotecha joined a delegation of 39 mainly small and medium-sized firms seeking new business on the three-day trip to India earlier this month which was led by May. His Leicestershire-based business Morningside Pharmaceuticals was hailed by the prime minister as a “great example of what the United Kingdom can offer the world as we leave the EU”. It supplies drugs to some of the biggest international relief charities and global agencies including the Red…

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