Amber Rudd considers tighter controls on foreign workers and students

Amber Rudd considers tighter controls on foreign workers and students
 

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has said she is looking at tighter controls on foreign workers and overseas students as a way of "changing the tide" of public opinion on immigration.
British firms were "getting away" with not training local people and tougher recruitment tests were needed, she told the Conservative Party conference.
Students on "low-quality courses" could also face tougher entry rules.
She also announced £140m to help areas with high levels of migration.
The new Controlling Migration Fund will help councils in England deal with the pressure on public... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Politics, Views: 50
Source: BBC
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