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Post Brexit 200000 valid immigrants required to scale up UK's economy May 22, 2017
Post Brexit 200000 valid immigrants required to scale up UK's economy

United Kingdom’s decision to move out of European Union has resulted in certain drastic condition for UK’s economy. With the majority of population ageing faster, labour shortage and lower productivity with efficiency to convert the requirements Immigration can turn into a Boon in disguise for Nation to regain ...

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UK Consumer Spending Grows At Slowest Rate April 12, 2017
UK Consumer Spending Grows At Slowest Rate

The yearly economic spending power of the British citizen rose has experienced a slow rise in recent years in the first quarter of the year 2017. This is an indication of the nation’s economic woes as the country braces itself for the commencement of Brexit, a report stated in the early hours of Monday. A payme...

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Why UK still needs new EU Immigrants after Brexit April 05, 2017
Why UK still needs new EU Immigrants after Brexit

Firms in Britain would still depend on foreign migrants from nations in the European Union after the event of Brexit, the countries members of parliament disclosed. A strong Commons committee disclosed that the government should consider laws which would grant workers in the European Union the eligibility to bypass so...

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Post-Brexit Five-Year UK Work Visas Planned March 24, 2017
Post-Brexit Five-Year UK Work Visas Planned

The government of the United Kingdom is pondering on the possibility of a five-year permits plan that would enable a lot of international workers to get jobs in the United Kingdom, especially those in the information technology sector, reports have said. Ministers are thinking about schemes that would provide more mult...

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Seven in Ten Voters Say EU Immigration MUST be Curbed After Brexit March 23, 2017
Seven in Ten Voters Say EU Immigration MUST be Curbed After Brexit

British nationals desire that migration from the European Union is greatly reduced in the upcoming Brexit discussions, although they would gladly pay off Brussels to keep some benefits of the union.The final proceedings of the exit from the union are to be led by the prime minister in the coming week, and we may have w...

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Theresa May defends UK's "good visa system" despite anti-immigration stand November 10, 2016
Theresa May defends UK's

Theresa May, UK’s Prime Minister, defends the visa system for Indian immigrants, in the midst of requests on letting in more workers to UK as a stipulation for a free-trade deal in the future.May, landed in India on November 6th to meet her Indian counterpart in New Delhi, Narendra Modi, for talks on strengthening bo...

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UK Education alluring no more! Thanks to Brexit & stringent laws October 18, 2016
UK Education alluring no more! Thanks to Brexit & stringent laws

Amidst distress over stricter immigration laws and the impact of Brexit, UK is losing its stand as one of the most preferred destinations in the world for higher education.According to universities and consultants in the UK, who work with foreign students, there has been a steep decline in the count of course applicant...

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Survey: Immigration Concerns Go Beyond Economy October 12, 2016
Survey: Immigration Concerns Go Beyond Economy

Immigration has been a concern for many, especially in the British community. UKIP, the highest beneficiary of the hard immigration punches landed on the Britain main parties as a content of address has been expected to change their view on immigration if politicians can say them words of assurance by highlighting the ...

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