The “I” Word – Changes to Immigration rules in the UK

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The “I” Word – Changes to Immigration rules in the UK

The “I” word has been on tip of many a tongue since the general election, and with a crescendo of calls for change to the immigration system, the new year will bring with it some important changes.

The Home Secretary, Theresa May, has recently trumpeted the introduction of an annual immigration limit for skilled non-European workers – a key coalition pledge. This is meant to allow Britain to remain competitive in the international jobs market; and has been derided by many in the IT and University sectors.

Philip Henson – Partner, Bargate Murray - comments on the new regime.

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