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Skills shortages, immigration restrictions and employment laws are likely to seriously hinder employer efforts to fill newly created private-sector jobs next year, a survey has revealed.
The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has today published its report into an annual limit on immigration through Tiers 1 and 2 of the points-based system.
The Home Secretary, Theresa May, made her first major immigration speech recently. Continue reading
From next month, non-EU citizens wanting to marry a Briton or other UK resident will have to pass an English test before they are allowed to enter the country.
The Government’s immigration cap is facing further pressure after evidence from one of its own business advisory committees shows the damage it is already doing to UK businesses. Continue reading
Immigrants should pay a bond of £5,000 to cover the costs of using public services, a key ally of David Cameron suggests. Tory MP Nick Boles – a friend and former aide of the Prime Minister – has urged the … Continue reading
Ministers have been asked to draw up scenarios where between £2.75 billion and £4.5 billion is slashed from their existing £11.1 billion budget, but exact details will remain unknown until October 20.
A pressure group has claimed that more than half a million extra school places will be needed in the UK over the next five years as a result of immigration.
The UK Border Agency has reported a dramatic reduction in the number of illegal migrants trying to smuggle themselves into the UK from Calais.
Immigration Minister Damian Green will confirm this evening that the government is to look at all immigration routes into the UK and set new rules.