Amber Rudd says 'don't call me a racist' amid foreign workers row

Amber Rudd says 'don't call me a racist' amid foreign workers row
 

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has defended plans to make firms do more to employ British people, saying "don't call me a racist" for talking about immigration.
Under her proposals, firms could be forced to disclose what percentage of their workforce is non-British as a way to encourage them to hire more locals.
Ms Rudd said she wanted to "flush out" companies abusing existing rules and "nudge them into better behaviour".
But one business group said a global workforce was not a "badge of shame".
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5 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 37
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