More than half of UK firms fear hit from post-Brexit immigration plan

Pedro Gonçalves
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UK businesses with staff from outside the UK will be squeezed further by the Government's new immigration plans, according to research. Over half of UK businesses with migrant staff would be negatively impacted by the proposals, according to new research by the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) and jobs site Indeed. The survey of 380 businesses that currently employ non-EU nationals saw 53% of firms say they would be squeezed by the plans to require all skilled migrant workers to earn a minimum of £30,000 once the UK leaves the EU. Almost two thirds (57%) said they would be affecte...

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