Brexit: minister hints at new hiring ‘charge’ for firms



Businesses could face a charge for recruiting staff from the European Union after Brexit, the immigration minister has hinted.
Robert Goodwill appeared to raise the prospect of a system similar to a £1,000-per-employee annual levy that will be imposed on firms hiring non-EU migrants later this year.
He also suggested that a seasonal scheme for agricultural workers such as fruit pickers coming to Britain for short periods was being considered.
EU rules on freedom of movement are seen as a crucial factor in the negotiations over the UK’s departure from the bloc.
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11 January 2017 in Politics, Views: 46
Source: Scotsman
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