Immigration crackdown may affect Google’s plans, says Pichai


Google’s Indian-origin chief Sundar Pichai on Wednesday (November 16) said the global tech giant remains committed to Britain and will go ahead with a new £1 billion London headquarters that will create 3,000 jobs by 2020, but warned that post-Brexit crackdown on immigration could affect future plans. “Here in the UK, it’s clear to me that computer science has a great future with the talent, educational institutions, and passion for innovation we see all around us,” he said during his first visit to the UK as Google’s chief executive. “We are committed to the UK and excited to continue our…

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